Zimbabwe President Brutally Trolls Pakistan, ‘Next Time, Send The Real Mr. Bean,’ Pakistan PM Responds

Babar Azam's men lose in T20 World Cup match against Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe President Trolls Pakistan

In a thrilling Thursday match, Zimbabwe bagged a historic win against Pakistan in the T20 World cup. This 1-run win over Pakistan in Perth has created a lot of stir on the internet. So much so that even the leaders of both nations got involved. After the stunning win, Zimbabwe President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa trolls Pakistan in a subtle way. Zimbabwe’s President made a congratulatory tweet for his team, meanwhile taking a jibe at Pakistan by mentioning, “next time, send the real Mr. Bean.”

Furthermore, Pakistan’s PM Shehbaz Sharif also responded strongly without taking much time. If you are curious to know about their “Mr. Bean” controversy as well as Twitter row, then read on.


Zimbabwe President Trolls Pakistan

Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa Zimbabwe President

For the past few days, the netizens of Zimbabwe and Pakistan have been involved in a verbal brawl. And you are guessing it right; the brawl is about the issue pertaining to the “Mr. Bean” controversy. This social media war reached new heights when Zimbabwe President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa trolled Pakistan via a cheeky tweet. After winning the match against the Babar Azam-led team, Zimbabwe’s President made a tweet that read,

Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif

With this tweet, Zimbabwe’s President trolled Pakistan in a very subtle yet cheeky way. However, the Pakistani PM also did not just sit quietly. He also made a response via a tweet. Pakistan’s PM Shehbaz Sharif highlighted how Pakistanis have a habit of bouncing back. His tweet read,


Mr. Bean Controversy Between Zimbabwe And Pakistan

Real Mr. Bean vs Pakistan Mr Bean

The Mr. Bean row is associated with a Pakistani comedian, Asif Muhammad. Back in 2016, Asif traveled to Zimbabwe posing as the actual Mr. Bean, a well-known character played by actor Rowan Atkinson. The Zimbabwe people often term this doppelganger of Mr. Bean as the “Pak Bean” who did fraud with them. Furthermore, recently, the PCB uploaded a post on its official Twitter account showing how the players are prepping for the clash with Zimbabwe on October 25th.

To this, a Twitter user named Ngugi Chasura responded by tweeting,

This tweet created a lot of stir on tweeter. So much so that the Pakistan-Zimbabwe match was tagged as the “Mr. Bean derby.” When asked about the controversy, the user replied,

During the clash, Pakistan failed to chase the modest score of 131 on 120 balls and finished off at 129-8 in 20 overs. It was a tough day for Pakistani, considering they also lost their first match against their arch-nemesis India where Virat Kohli did a marvelous job. Here is the analysis of Yesterday’s match.

What are your thoughts on the match and their social media war? Do tell us via the comments below. 

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