Grab from the video showing a miffed Mohammed Shami approaching the tauting fan before being led away by MS Dhoni (L). Pic/Twitter
Following India's defeat at the hands of Pakistan in the finals of the ICC Champions Trophy, where Sarfraz Ahmed and co beat Virat Kohli's boys by 180 runs at The Oval, Pakistani fans began taunting Indian players as they made their way to the pavilion.
One Pakistan cricket fan kept shouting the words 'Baap kaun hai' to Indian cricketers who were walking to the dressing room. While most Indian cricketers including Virat Kohli walked by, pacer Mohammed Shami was not amused.
Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was quick to react, as he stepped forward and stopped Mohammed Shami from causing an incident. He managed to pacify Shami in time thus avoiding any confrontation.
A video of this incident has since gone viral on social media websites like Twitter.
Pakistani fans were also taunting India skipper Virat Kohli.
An inspired Pakistan hammered a blundering India by 180 runs to lift the ICC Champions Trophy, riding on a scintillating hundred from rookie opener Fakhar Zaman and a sensational bowling spell from Mohammad Amir.
This is Pakistan's first ICC title triumph since their 2009 World Twenty20 win but more importantly it broke the jinx of not performing against India in big ticket matches.
For a team that can't play international cricket at home due to security issues, the victory has far-reaching implications.
Video: Team India abused on Champions Trophy 2017 Wikipedia page
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