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Venkatesh Prasad trolled a Pakistani journalist after the latter tried to mock him over his tweet on Aamer Sohail


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Whenever there is a mention of Team India’s former fast bowler Venkatesh Prasad, cricket fans remember the 1996 World Cup quarter-final match between India and Pakistan. In that match, there was a lot of tension between Prasad and former Pakistan opener Aamir Sohail. Venkatesh Prasad took a tweet about this story after 25 years, which became very viral. A Pakistani journalist tried to troll Prasad over this tweet, but the former fast bowler stopped speaking to the Pakistani journalist with his reply.

These days, the ‘Indranagar Ka Gunda Hoon Main’ dialogue is becoming quite viral, which Rahul Dravid said during an advertisement. On this dialogue, Venkatesh tweeted, sharing photos of the debate about the 1996 World Cup quarter-final match with Aamir Sohail, writing, ‘In 145th over, I told Aamir Sohail I am Gunda of Indranagar.’ On this tweet, Pakistani journalist Najib ul Hasnain wrote, “The only achievement of Prasad’s career.” To this, Prasad wrote in response, ‘No Najeeb bhai. I had some achievements left for later. Just after that, he took five wickets for 27 runs against Pakistan in Manchester in 1999 in the World Cup. Pakistan could not even achieve the target of 228 runs.

Prasad’s reply is also becoming quite viral. Prasad has just joined Twitter a few days ago and has rocked this tweet as soon as he arrives. Venkatesh Prasad has played a total of 33 Tests and 161 ODIs for India. He has 96 Test and 196 ODI International wickets in his account. In 1996, Aamir Sohail was hit by Venkatesh Prasad’s ball and said “Go with the ball, on the very next ball, Prasad bowled him cleanly, go and sit in the pavilion.”

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