Mushfiq - Taskin congratulated England on winning the World Cup

11/15 Mushfiq – Taskin congratulated England on winning the World Cup

Mushfiq – Taskin congratulated England on winning the World Cup

England – Pakistan faced in the T20 World Cup final in Melbourne on Sunday. Although both teams had a chance to win the World Cup for the second time, it was the English who eventually beat Pakistan to win the title. Butlers won by 5 wickets on this day. The whole world is congratulating England for winning the title.

Bangladeshi cricketers were not left out either. The Tigers showered Buttler, Ben Stokes with wishes on social media. After England won the title, wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim wrote on his official Facebook page, “Congratulations to England. They deservedly won the World Cup.”

Meanwhile, Rubel Hossain, who has been supporting England since the beginning, is also very excited. The Bangladeshi pacer took to Facebook and wrote, “Congratulations Team England.” Bangladesh’s loss to India-Pakistan, blamed on faulty umpiring may be a reason for Rubel’s British fondness in the tournament’s semi-final.

Congratulating England, Taskin Ahmed wrote, “Congratulations to England on winning the T20 World Cup title”. All-rounder Mehdi Hasan Miraj wrote on Facebook, “Congratulations to England.” Apart from the cricket stars, the cricket-loving Bengali fans are showering greetings on the entire England team. Besides, many former and current cricketers of different countries have congratulated England.

 England were seen celebrating the title with family members after winning the final. With wife and children, England captain Jos Buttler was excited. Phil Salt is seen hugging relatives in the gallery. Ben Stokes’ family members were also seen in the gallery. Now is the time for English cricketers.


Jos Buttler’s England on Sunday scripted a new chapter in the history book of cricket with a second T20 World Cup title. The Three Lions defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets to become only the team to win two T20 world titles after the West Indies. Also, the English side now holds the 50-over and T20 World Cup simultaneously and the first-ever nation to achieve this remarkable feat.


England outclassed Pakistan across departments with their all-round performance. The pressure was always on Babar Azam & Co as their batting never flourished against a potent English bowling attack majorly led by Sam Curran and brilliantly backed by the likes of Adil Rashid and Chris Jordan. Buttler’s bowlers were so effective that Pakistan batters could muster only 8 boundaries and a couple of sixes. Shan Masood top-scored with 28-ball 38 as Pakistan posted a lowly 137/8 in their quota of 20 overs.


Entire had their eyes on the Pakistan vs England game and once it was over, social media was flooded with congratulatory posts for the new World Champions. Virat Kohli, the highest scorer of the T20 World Cup 2022, congratulated England on a terrific victory.


David Beckham joined celebrity football fans in reacting to England’s 3-0 win over Wales and congratulated the team for making it to the final 16 stage of the Qatar World Cup 2022.


Securing a place in the next round, Gareth Southgate’s England team, fans and celebrities alike rejoiced as goal after goal hit the back of the net on Tuesday evening. 


Taking a three-nil lead over the rival side, Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden carried the team to a needed victory after plonking the match ball behind the goalkeeper.


Beckham didn’t waste time in applauding his former colours for making it through to the next round in a series of Instagram stories that tagged players and offered snapshots from the game. 


He accompanied the images with words of affirmation including ‘great win’ and ‘well done boss’.


The star recently came under fire by comedian Joe Lycett, who criticised his decision to sign a lucrative deal listing him as a Qatari ambassador given the nation’s laws against LGBTQ+ people.


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