WATCH: Pathan brothers engage in hideous fight during WCL match against South Africa over run-out confusion

During the India Champions vs. South Africa Champions game, former cricketers Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan had an ugly argument on the pitch due to a misunderstanding. 

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During the India Champions vs. South Africa Champions game in the WCL 2024, former cricketers and brothers Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan had an ugly argument on the pitch due to a misunderstanding, leading to Irfan's run-out. The World Championship of Legends 2024 tournament allows former cricketers to play against the other champion teams and relive the memories.

The video went viral on social media, showing Irfan's aggressive reaction towards his elder brother on the run-out. The incident happened in the 18th over of the game when Irfan and Yusuf were batting. Irfan wanted to take two runs, but Yusuf denied it, which led to the run-out. Irfan was seen shouting at his brother as wanted him to call before denying. After the dismissal, Dale Steyn, who was near the stumps, was seen laughing at the whole confusion moment while Irfan returned to the pavilion. 

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However, Irfan was seen kissing his brother on the forehead after the match, ending the fight. In the game of cricket, these aggressive moments do come in between, but how they handled the situation in the end was commendable, after all, they are brothers by blood. 

India Champions qualify for semi-finals of WCL 2024

 India Champions lost the match by 54 runs against the South Africa Champions. Even after losing their match against South Africa Champions, India Champions qualify for the semi-finals of the World Championship of Legends 2024. India won two games in five matches with a net run rate of -1.267. Out of six teams, the first four teams have qualified for the semi-finals. 

Australia, Pakistan, West Indies, and India have qualified, while South Africa and England are eliminated. It was between India and South Africa in the end, but the Men in Blue managed to keep up their net run rate, which helped them qualify. 

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