Indian pacer Mohammed Shami was left fuming after a Pakistani fan used some objectionable language against the Indian players. The incident happened when Indian team players were returning to the dressing room after the presentation ceremony following their defeat against the arch-rivals Pakistan in the final match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 cricket tournament at the Oval in London on June 18.

According to video available on video sharing site You Tube, a Pakistan fan can be heard using foul language. He can be heard mocking Indian players by repeatedly asking “Baap Kaun Hai.” This comments by a Pakistani fan left Mohammed Shami fuming.

Mohammed Shami, who just played the warm-up matches during the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, angrily turned while walking towards the dressing room and asked the Pakistani fan to repeat what he said. Meanwhile MS Dhoni, former Indian skipper, intervened and asked Shami to ignore the comments and silently move upstairs and not react to the abusive fan.

India lost to Pakistan by 180-run in the finals. This was the first ever Champions Trophy title for Pakistan. The south Asian nation claimed their third ICC tournament, having earlier won the 50-over World Cup in 1992 and the World Twenty20 in 2009.

Meanwhile, disappointed with team’s poor show skipper Virat Kohli praised Pakistani squad for their brilliant all-round performance in the Champions Trophy final. Kohli said Pakistani players were more intense and passionate in the final which also helped them outplay the India team in every department of the game.