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Pakistan Beat India Fans Troll Indian Team Share Funny memes on Twitter, Instagram T20 WORLD CUP 2021



One of the most interesting matches has been taken place today and it was a mind-blowing square-off between India vs Pakistan. Yes, we are talking about the ICC T20 World Cup. This was the first match of team 2 and mostly every cricket lover watched this match. Heartbeat went slow at every shot. India bat first but did not play well. They scored 151 runs in 20 overs. While Pakistan was well and played unexpectedly very well.

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The performance from team Pakistan was seriously awesome. Now as we all know India is defeated by 10 wickets in the first match. So there are many people who start trolling team India over the unexpected defeat by Pakistan. Approximately every Indian cricket lover predicted that India will win this match with a great score. But the assumption went wrong and Pakistan defeated India.

Pakistan Beat India Fans Trolls

Now at this moment all teh cricket lovers whether it’s Pakistan cricket fans and Indian fans every one sharing memes related to the match and the result of the match. There are a lot of memes that are shared by people on social media.

Here are also some memes are available that you can download and share on your social media accounts. Definitely, it is a very surprising moment for all the cricket fans because India vs Pakistan match is not just a cricket match. It is an emotion for both countries.

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There are some of the matches are available and both the teams will playing 4 more matches. In the upcoming matches, India has to play very well and grab the winning to maintain its existence in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Possibly every fan is waiting for the game. The most exciting of the world cup will be when India and Pakistan again face off in the semi-finals. For further information stay get in touch with us. We will tell you further details also.

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Hannock knocks Fuso down in round six – The Maravi Post




By Edwin Mbewe

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-As President Lazarus Chakwera was busy KUYIPATSA MOTO Flames at Kamuzu Palace last evening,their neighbor Kumbali Lodge hosted a 64Kg Junior Lightweight fight involving Hannock Mbulu Phiri and Byson Fuso Fighter Gwayani.

The two boxers entered the boxing ring with a high morale from their camps.It looked a balanced bout from round one to four.

However Phiri who was defending the belt,started throwing the Jabs,uppercuts and Bindura’s so aggressively on Gwayani in round five until his opponent fell down almost two times.

In round six Mbulu continued with his dominance beating his friend like a thief who has just been found in possession of a stolen chicken.

In this round Gwayani fell down again, this time around he could not stand properly like a person intoxicated by Kadamsana beer,the umpire Juliet Milore ended the bout.

Mbulu the Hard Knocker declared the winner through Technical Knock out in round six by all judges comprising of Johnny Palichesi,Desire Kambewa and Eltoman Ndijime Mapira and of course with the supervisor Mr Lonzoe Defector Zimba who is the President of Malawi Professional Boxing Control Board,and he has comfortably defended the 64kg Junior Lightweight belt.

After the fight Hannock Mbulu Phiri said, he has been in gym always since he grabbed the belt from Gwayani two years ago as he knew he will be challenged anytime for being champion.

“The belt will remain in Blantyre, nobody can take it away from me,unless from my grandchildren not me.I am remaining with Limbani Chikapa who is making noise in the country, I will beat him without mercy there after I will be done with local fights.Looking forward for international belts,WBC,WBO”, Mbulu said.

His Counterpart, Byson Fuso Fighter Gwayani, accepted the defeat saying, He prepared well for the fight but acknowledged Hannock was so good over him.

” I will not challenge him anymore,he is now my brother.This is sports,you win sometimes you lose,my focus now will be on international bouts as here in Malawi only Hannock Phiri gives me busy,other boxers are no longer my level”, Gwayani explained.

The bout was sanctioned by H,FIT Boxing Promotion at Kumbali Lodge in area 44,Lilongwe.

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Malawi’s renown political commentator Emily Mkamanga dies at 72 – The Maravi Post




Political commentator Emily Mkamanga dies at 72

MZUZU-(MaraviPost)-Death has been announced of Emily Mkamanga, a political commentator who was also columnist for The Nation on Sunday newspaper.

According to her son, Nathan Mkamanga, Emily passed on Sunday morning, November 28, 2021at Wezi Medical Centre in Mzuzu.

“She has been in poor health for some time,” he said while confirming the death to Nation Online.

Emily has died at the age of 72.

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Ecrans Noirs film festival celebrates the richness of African cinema – The Maravi Post




Moroccan film director Fatima Boubakdi won first prize at the Ecrans Noirs film festival held in Yaoundé, capital of Cameroon.

Glory Mununko received the prize for best African actress and Narcisse Wandji won two prizes, for best Cameroonian film and best script at the Ecrans Noirs.

“It’s really all the ingenuity but more so all the passion that animated us, that drives us, guides us throughout the making of the film. And the fact that we are receiving it at home is doubly important for us, I mean the prize” confessed Cameroonian director, Narcisse Wandji.

Several special prizes were also awarded to great applause.

Film screenings, debates and contacts between producers, directors and actors were also part of the 25th edition of the Ecrans Noirs festival.

The need to support African cinema was one conclusion that emerged from these meetings.

“I had a lot of discussions with several young people and it hurts my heart because there are not many ways to help them. The State must invest a lot in this field”, claims film director Bouchaib El Messaoudi.

In normal circumstances the festival would attract thousands of spectators.

The pandemic however forced the organisers to reduce the number of visitors.

“Coronavirus has had an impact on the attendance here at the Palais des Sports this year compared to the previous year. But you know that at the moment there are many events that Cameroon is organising, preparing the CAN. And there are many people who preferred to reserve themselves to better invest in the CAN”, said filmaker Gerad Bessoko.

More than 70 films were screened and 25 films were in competition at this edition which highlighted the richness of African cinema.

Africanews correspondent Lambert Ngouanfo adds:

“The great event for film lovers ends on a note of hope. A hope that prefigures a better future for African cinema. However, we noticed less enthusiasm from visitors this time compared to previous editions. For the organizers of the festival the pandemic of Covid-19 has left a mark.

Source: Africanews

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