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While it is expected that Pakistanis will defend their cricket team skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed for wearing tradition shalwar kameez while meeting Queen, hardly anyone would have hoped that it will be Indians who will be at forefront to praise and defend the Pakistan captain.

Aall the captains of the teams participating in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 were in suits when they met Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and others from the Royal family, Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed stood out by sporting a traditional outfit from his country.

Sarfaraz Ahmed attended the Royal meet dressed in a white shalwar kameez with the Pakistan team’s green blazer to back it up.

While there were many who applauded Sarfaraz Ahmed for sticking to his roots, there was one particular who tried to troll Sarfaraz but that has backfired now as both Pakistanis and Indians defend Sarfraz.

Tarek Fatah trolled Sarfaraz Ahmed for being “dressed in pyjamas”, adding that he was surprised the Pakistan skipper “didn’t come in his Lungi-Banyan-Topi costume”.