The latest to speak up about the defeat is musician Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan, popularly known as Xulfi, who thinks Sarfaraz needs to rest for a few matches.
But even as match in Manchester failed to live up the hype in terms of cricket and stretched on with rain delays, there was more than enough drama to keep Twitter abuzz on Sunday.
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Former Victorian wicketkeeper Darren Berry lost it watching India's win over Pakistan at the World Cup overnight, blaming a series of blunders on the unnecessary accessories on some players' hands.
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Fakhar Zaman (62) and Babar Azam (48) repaired the damage with a century stand, before they both fell to left-arm wrist-spinner Yadav as they tried to up the tempo.
Meanwhile, Pakistan left-arm quick Mohammad Amir continued his fine form with 3-47 despite two early warnings for running on the pitch.
Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has admitted that his side now just aren't as good as India.
Shikhar Dhawan's injury had forced India to pick KL Rahul as Rohit Sharma's opening partner and they immediately hit it off after being asked to bat.
He then entered the 90s with an extraordinary square-cut six off paceman Hasan Ali. Far too often the fast bowlers dropped short and the elegant right-hander was in superb touch as he scored a brilliant 140 off just 113 balls. He missed an attempted hook shot off Mohammad Amir but walked off, believing he'd edged the ball behind to the wicketkeeper.