WATCH: Pakistan superfan Chicago Chacha faces humiliation ahead of India vs Pakistan marquee clash

Ahead of the prestigious India vs. Pakistan game, Pakistani superfan Mohammad Bashir, aka Chicago Chacha, was spotted in the streets of Ahmedabad.

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Ahead of the prestigious India vs Pakistan game in the ODI World Cup 2023, Pakistani superfan Mohammad Bashir, aka Chicago Chacha, was spotted in the streets of Ahmedabad. He was seen welcoming the Pakistan cricket team at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad for the practice session. However, being the sole Pakistani fan, Chicago Chacha felt the heat of Indian fans.

In a viral video, Bashir can be seen cheering for Pakistan alone, while Indians in huge numbers responded. In the video, Bashir shouts, "Jeetega bhai Jertega." In response, Indian fans complete the sentence, "India Jeetega." This hilarious collaboration makes Bashir uncomfortable as he urges Indian fans to chant for their team one by one.

Here is the video:

It's worth noting that Mohammad Bashir is one of the biggest Pakistani cricket fans and attends almost every India-Pakistan match. He is also a big fan of Indian cricketers like MS Dhoni, Sachin Tendulkar, and Virat Kohli. Days after the completion of visa processes, India has allowed almost 600 Pakistani fans and journalists to join the game.

Can Pakistan beat India in the ODI World Cup?

It's worth noting that both India and Pakistan are coming to this game after winning two back-to-back victories. The Indian team beat Australia and Afghanistan with great team efforts. However, Pakistan faced the Netherlands and Sri Lanka at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad and won both matches. This is the first venue change for Pakistan and the third for India.

It's worth noting that India has won all seven ODI World Cup matches against Pakistan in the history of this game. The team will look to continue their dominance against the archrivals while playing in front of more than a lakh spectators. On the other hand, Pakistan will look to register their first-ever win against India in the World Cup.

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