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Asia Cup 2018: Rashid Khan, Mohammad Shahzad win hearts by consoling young India fan after pulsating tie

In a thriller, Afghanistan tied their final ‘Super Four’ encounter against India. Touted as a dead-rubber, the India vs Afghanistan match turned out to be one of the most exciting in the ongoing Asia Cup. While many hailed Afghan’s performance, a cute moment touched our hearts. A young Indian fan from the stands failed to hold back his tears after the India-Afghanistan match ended up in tie. A video of the same is doing rounds on social media, in which the boy’s father, is assumed to be consoling him but fails. However, a phone call from Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar made his day and brought smile on his face.

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A picture of the boy crying is also grabbing headlines and has flooded social media. Taking the picture, Turbunator Harbhajan Singh posted a heartwarming message for the young kid and also assured him that India will win the finals. Besides the Indian cricketers, Afghan player star spinner Rashid Khan and opener Mohammad Shahzad clicked picture with him to make his day more memorable. Meanwhile, young kid’s father, taking to his Facebook responded back to Bhajji and thanked Bhuvi to for his kindness.

In the Asia Cup final, India will take on Bangladesh aiming to win the title for 7th time. Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan will be back in playing XI after resting for the Afghanistan match.

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