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India Vs Pak WC Clash: Crazy Pak fan arrives on horseback at Old Trafford Cricket Ground

A Video of Pakistan fan arriving on horseback to watch India vs Pakistan World Cup match at Old Trafford Cricket Ground on Sunday has gone viral on the internet

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While a billion people were glued to their TV screen to watch the epic sports event in the world, the world cup clash between India and Pakistan, a Pak fan had different ideas.

Many fans from India have Pakistan have arrived at the  Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester for the most anticipated match of the ICC World Cup.

A Pakistani fan caught the attention at the stadium when he arrived at the match venue riding on a horse. A video of the fan arriving at the stadium on horseback is doing rounds on social media.

In the video, the man can be seen holding the flag of Pakistan proudly as he cheers for the team. As the video of the fan quickly spread on social media, the Twitter account of Cricket World Cup also shared the video.

There were some equally humorous responses as well

“This is officially the BEST way to arrive at a cricket match,” Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) tweeted.

The video has been watched over 42,000 times. It has garnered over 4,000 likes and over 1,300 retweets. The post is flooded with several comments appreciating the fan’s passion for the game. Here are some of the reactions:

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