In a nail-biting encounter, Pakistan on Wednesday somehow managed to beat Afghanistan by 1 wicket and stormed into the Asia Cup 2022 final. Pakistan vs Afghanistan turned out to be a blockbuster as emotions, anger, tears almost everything flared during the match. However, it was Pakistan who held its nerves to emerge victorious. Courtesy of Naseem Shah's back-to-back sixes in the final over, Pakistan stormed straight into the Asia Cup final. However, during the 'gentlemen's game' things went all bizarre and shameful when Pakistani fans started mocking Afghani fans. As a result, chairs were hurled and Pakistani fans were beaten badly by Afghanistani fans inside the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.

There are multiple Pakistan vs Afghanistan fans fight videos have been doing rounds on social media. In fact, Pakistan Afghanistan fans fight viral video has taken center stage. In one of the videos, it can be seen clearly a Pakistani fan mocking Afghanistani fans sitting in the stands silently. After Pakistani fans mocked Afghani fans, a heated argument between both nations' fans and violent clashes erupted. Furthermore, reports suggest that Pakistani cricket fans got into an argument with Afghan cricket fans in the stadium, after which Afghan fans hit back and beat up the Pakistani fans mercilessly.

Notably, Pakistan Afghanistan fans fight not only took inside the stadium but also outside the stadium. Another viral video shows, fans clashing at road in Dubai.

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It is pertinent to mention here that it all started when Pakistan's Asif Ali had an almost violent argument with Afghanistan's bowler Fareed Ahmad. When Fareed Ahmad took the wicket of Asif Ali and made a wild celebration, things went wrong between the two and umpires had to intervene in the matter. In fact, during the argument, Asif Ali pushed the Afghani bowler and that too in front of everyone.

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