Both India and Pakistan are cricket-crazy nations and when the two teams lock horns in a multinational tournament, the frenzy is second to none. Victories are celebrated like festivals while losses are indigestible. Who knows this better than Pakistani fans? He has been breaking television sets whenever his team loses to India. But this year, in the T20 World Cup 2024, the IND vs PAK clash led to hip shootouts and bloodshed.

According to Pakistani media, a shocking incident rocked the city of Lahore before the arch-rivals squared off against each other in the showpiece event. A YouTuber named Saad Ahmed took to the city’s mobile market to film a vlog on the build-up to the India vs Pakistan match in New York on June 9. After talking to several people about face-to-face, he faced security. The guard who was not interested in being featured in the video.

The security guard lost his cool after repeated questioning and eventually shot the YouTuber dead. Multiple reports said that Saad was rushed to the hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival.

A friend of Saad told Pakistan’s Geo TV that he received a call from the YouTuber before he left to shoot a video at Karachi’s mobile market. The friend said that Saad was the sole breadwinner of his family.

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An Instagram handle, named Sour. Sweet. BatinWhile sharing an old video of himself, he also shared the news of Saad’s murder on Instagram. The caption of the video also includes the statement of the accused security guard.

“He kept bringing the mic up to my face and kept filming. I lost my temper and shot him,” the guard said in the Instagram post.

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  • Akash Biswas

    A cricket enthusiast whose dreams of playing for India paved the way for the competition.

    Location: Karachi, Pakistan

    First Publication: June 11, 2024, 12:05 IST



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