“It’s not an Afghan boy; it’s one…” Mujeeb Ur Rahman On Viral Video After Afghanistan’s Win Over England In ODI World Cup 2023

The viral video that emerged from the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi might have led many to believe that the delighted young boy was an Afghan fan. However, Mujeeb Ur Rahman revealed through his social media posts that the young lad was, in fact, an Indian. The surprise element added an extra layer of charm to this delightful incident.

Mujeeb Ur Rahman was profoundly moved by the love and support that he and his fellow Afghan players received from the Indian crowd. He took to social media to express his gratitude in an emotional note, thanking every spectator who had come to support them in Delhi. This gesture exemplified the spirit of sportsmanship and unity beyond borders.

In a video that captured the moment, the young Indian fan was seen in tears while speaking to Mujeeb. To add to his joy, he also received a chocolate from the Afghanistan players. Mujeeb’s social media post read: “It’s not an Afghan boy; it’s one young Indian boy, so happy for your win. It was an absolute pleasure meeting this little guy from India Delhi last night (Cricket is not just a game; it’s an emotion)💙 Big thank you to all our amazing fans for coming down and supporting us last night. The love and support are overwhelming. We are grateful for your continuous support, and we can’t wait for you to keep supporting us in the future❤🙌 thanks for love Delhi.”

Mujeeb Ur Rahman’s day was not only defined by this heartwarming encounter but also by his stellar performance on the field. He was rightfully awarded the Player of the Match for his extraordinary contributions. His 28 runs off just 16 balls played a crucial role in Afghanistan’s total score of 285, rescuing them from a precarious 190/6 situation. His figures of 3/51 included the match-defining spell where he dismissed both Harry Brook and Chris Woakes, in addition to sending star batter Joe Root back to the pavilion. Mujeeb’s exceptional all-round performance was a testament to his skills and dedication.

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As Afghanistan progresses in the 2023 World Cup, they are set to face New Zealand, a formidable opponent. The outcome of the match will depend on how well Afghanistan’s spinners can find a grip on the Chennai pitch. Fans eagerly await this encounter to witness more outstanding performances and, perhaps, another heartwarming moment on the field.

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