“In case you’re looking for burger or pizze tonight, we’re just a DM away” – Zomato trolls Pakistan cricket team ahead of Indo-Pak T20 World Cup clash

India and Pakistan will play against each other at the ongoing T20 World Cup on October 24 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

Aditya Kumar Editor

Updated - 23 October 2021 9:30 pm

It would not be wrong to say that an India vs Pakistan game is one of the biggest battles in the history of cricket. However, in the past decade the two teams have barely found a game against each other as no bilateral series has taken place between the sides since Pakistan's last tour to India in 2012/13. This makes an ICC event the only junction where the two teams meet each other.

Taking the excitement of the fans in account, the ICC has already set a blockbuster clash between the two sides in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2021. The match, which will start in less that 24 hours from now, has already given rise to several memes and trolling all over internet with Pakistan being the victim as the Men in Blue enjoy a 100% win record over their neighbour.

Amidst all, Indian multinational restaurant aggregator and food delivery company- Zomato- has taken a hilarious dig at Babar Azam and company ahead of their match against India at the ongoing world event. "Dear @TheRealPCB, in case you’re looking for burger or pizze tonight, we’re just a DM away," tweeted Zomato with a winking face emoji.

How is the tweet hilarious?

It is worth noting that India had handed a humiliating 89-run loss to Pakistan (DLS method) when the two teams met last time during the ODI World Cup in 2019. The dejected Pakistani fans did spare a moment to take on the players of the losing team after one of the fans claimed that the Pakistani players had eaten burger and pizza in their meal a day before the crucial game.

India face Pakistan on October 24

India and Pakistan will play against each other at the ongoing T20 World Cup on October 24 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. The match kicks off at 7:30 PM IST. The Men in Blue are coming on the back of two victories in practice games against England and Australia, while Pakistan won against West Indies and lost to South Africa in their warm-up game ahead of the mega event.