Watch: Hong Kong Players Dance To ‘Kaala Chashma’ After Asia Cup Qualification

After the match, the Hong Kong players should have been visible moving to the hit tune ‘Kala Chashma’ from the film ‘Baar Dekho’

Hong Kong qualified for Asia Cup 2022 with a complete eight-wicket prevail upon the United Arab Emirates recently. Hong Kong will join seven-time champions India and Pakistan in Group A. They will confront India on August 31 and Pakistan on September 2. After the match, the Hong Kong players should have been visible moving to the hit melody ‘Kala Chashma’ from the film ‘Baar Dekho’. Wicketkeeper-player Zeeshan Ali shared the video, which has circulated around the web via virtual entertainment.

Recently, a gathering of artists and development chiefs from a Norwegian group named ‘Fast Style’ became famous online over them tapping their feet to the beats of well known party hymn ‘Kala Chashma’ at a wedding. The gathering set up a high power execution loaded with energized articulations and smooth moves, the clasp shows.

Recently, the Indian group had likewise reproduced the dance of the Norwegian company, following their ODI series prevail upon Zimbabwe.

In the mean time, Hong Kong kept an unbeaten disagreement the Asia Cup Qualifier in Oman, winning each of the three matches

In his post-match press discourse, Hong Kong chief Nizakat Khat said he was cheerful to qualify and said thanks to their cricket board for all their help.

I have no words to depict how I feel. I might want to say thanks to Hong Cricket for all their help. Our cycle was something similar, we realized we needed to dominate each of the three matches to fit the bill for Asia Cup and that is the very thing we did. We took it game by game and the young men retaliated all around well. This is a major competition to grandstand our ability, and this is an incredible chance for everybody on this crew,” Nizakat had said.

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