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Sania Mirza takes a Twitter break after being trolled for Pakistan's loss vs India – India Today

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After India beat Pakistan in their World Cup 2019 encounter in Manchester on Sunday, there was a wave of memes and witty jokes on the Pakistan team on various social media platforms. Soon as videos and pictures appeared showing Pakistan players going for burgers on the eve of the match, Tweeple didn’t waste any time in bashing the Pakistan team for overlooking fitness standards.

Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza, also present at the outing with husband and Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik, was also trolled heavily on social media with some needlessly pulling her into the storm that accompanied Pakistan’s 7th successive defeat against India in World Cups.

Mirza, though wasn’t going to take the online hate in her stride and in her latest Twitter post, slammed her trolls by writing: ‘Twitter cracks me up ?? and some ppl for sure .. you guys really need other mediums of taking your frustrations out ..peace out guys ??? it’s break time’.

This is not the first time Sania has been dragged into a controversy related to the Pakistan team. Before the India vs Pakistan game, Mirza had slammed cringeworthy ads on both sides of the border’.

“Cringeworthy ads on both sides of the border?? seriously guys, you don’t need to hype up’ or market the match anymore specially with rubbish! it has ENOUGH attention already! It’s only cricket for God sake, and if you think it’s anymore than that then get a grip or get a life!! (sic),” Sania Mirza tweeted.

Sania also went on to say that there is no need to hype the clash which is already seeking a lot of attention.

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