This man is happier than the ZIM team when Pakistan loses! What is cricket’s Mr Bean connection?

 This man is happier than the ZIM team when Pakistan loses!  What is cricket's Mr Bean connection?

Perth: In this edition of the T20 World Cup, the series of upheavals continues. After Sri Lanka, West Indies and England, there was a scandal with the Pakistani team on Thursday night. He was defeated by Zimbabwe by one run in a very exciting Super-12 match. After this sensational victory of Zimbabwe over Pakistan, Mr. Bin is being discussed all around. The President of this South-East African country, Emmerson Nangagwa, also sprinkled salt on Pakistan’s burn by taking Mr. Bin’s name. After all, why is this famous character being mentioned on the cricket field? What is the ‘Mr Bean Connection’ between Pakistan-Zimbabwe? Let’s understand.

Actually, the name of the person seen in the photo above is Ngugi Chasura. According to this man living in Zimbabwe, in the year 2016, there was an event in his country, which was named Agriculture Show. A Pakistani company was also a partner in this event. British actor Rowan Atkinson, who played the famous character Mr. Bean in the event, was to come as a guest, but Pakistanis sent their fake Mr. Bean i.e. Rowan Atkinson’s lookalike Pakistani comedian there. Since then, Zimbabwe’s art lovers were irritated with Pakistan. Now after the defeat of Pakistan, the old revenge of the Zimbabweans has been completed after 6 years.

After defeating Pakistan, the President of Zimbabwe tweeted from his official Twitter handle, ‘What a victory for Zimbabwe! Congratulations to the team. Next time sending the real Mr. Bean… #PakvsZim’ Although the internet ruckus had started even before the match started. Mr Bean started trending on Twitter.

Before the match, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had made a tweet, in which the players shared some pictures of the practice session. A Twitter user named Ngugi Chasura wrote, ‘We will never forgive you as a Zimbabwean citizen. Once you showed a fake Pak Bean instead of the real Mr. Bean. We will look into the matter on the field tomorrow. Pray that tomorrow the rain will save you.’