Google CEO Sundar Pichai comes up with epic reply to Pakistani fan who tried to troll India

Google CEO Sundar Pichai comes up with epic reply to Pakistani fan who tried to troll India

The match between India and Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground ended with one of the best nail-biting finishes that one could ever imagine. And it was the "Chase Master" Virat Kohli once again, who played the best innings of his career to help India beat archrivals Pakistan on Sunday.

Chasing 160 runs, India lost 4 wickets for just 31 runs and were at 45/4 in 10 overs. From there on, Virat added a match-winning partnership of 113 runs for the fifth wicket with Hardik Pandya (40 off 37). But still, it was a tough task, as India needed 28 runs off 8 balls.

Then, Virat showed his hitting ability and hit three sixes to help India win the match off the very last ball of the match. That innings caused chaos on the social media. Fans and cricket lovers around the world couldn't stop themselves and praised the former Indian captain and Team India for the win.

Even the CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, wished everyone "Happy Diwali" and also marked the performance by Indian batters in the last three overs, when India needed 48 runs.

However, one Pakistani fan tried to mock him and asked him about the struggles that the Indian batters had in the first three overs of the chase. And Pichai comes up with an unexpected reply that has certainly caught the attention of many.

When asked about the first three overs of the innings, the Google CEO smartly trolled the Pakistani fan and highlighted the first three overs of the Pakistani batting, when Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Arshdeep Singh were swinging the ball and the Pakistani batters were having a tough time.

It was an incredible victory for India on the eve of Diwali and they have registered the first two points on the board. With this win, their chances to qualify for the semi-finals have increased. On the other hand, Virat, who remained unbeaten on 83* off 53, won the "Man of the Match" award.

India will now face the Netherlands on Thursday (October 27) at Sydney Cricket Ground and then they will play South Africa on October 36 (Sunda) at Perth Stadium. The remaining two matches are on November 2 against Bangladesh at Adelaide Oval and on November 6 against Zimbabwe at the MCG.

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