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MANCHESTER – After a poor performance against India on Sunday, 16 June, in Manchester, Pakistani players have come under the scrutiny of the internet and cricket experts.

Pakistan lost to India by 89 runs, Shoaib Malik on Sunday, the most senior player in the team was being criticised by fans for his poor performance.

But things got out of hands when a video of him and wife, Indian tennis player, Sania Mirza at a restaurant with some friends surfaced online.

The video in which Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza are seen with Wahab Riaz and Imam-ul-Haq has led to different theories and stories on social and mainstream media.

The video of Shoaib Malik with his wife and friends enjoying dine faced harsh criticism by many social media users including the former Pakistani actress and celebrity Veena Malik.

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Veena Malik had posted a tweet addressing Mrs Malik precisely and she also castigated her for taking her infant child to a sheesha bar as well as visiting a place which serves unhealthy food that is not good for her husband.

Here’s what Sania Mirza had replied to Veena Malik’s tweet:

Sania also took down her ‘junk food for athlete’ comment by saying that she is “not Pakistan cricket team’s dietician nor am I their mother to know when they sleep, wake up and eat”.

Later, responding to the deleted savage post by Sania Mirza, Veena Malik also wrote a series of few tweets, sharing her views :

Veena ended her part by sharing a brief tweet addressing Sania as ‘Dearest Bhabi’ which stated that “Attacking someone personally and reaching new heights of being low will not take you anywhere. ”

To which later on, Sania Mirza had also posted a general tweet without mentioning any name and stated that “Twitter cracks me up. And some people for sure,” she also advised people that “One should opt other mediums to take their frustrations out rather than social media”.

After going through the exchange between the two celebrities, we can say that this online spat was somewhat equally intense as the India-Pakistan high-octane clash at Manchester this Sunday.

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