Monday, January 07, 2013 18:05 IST
Veena Malik is a huge Cricket fan and she follows the matches with keen interest. She has added glamour quotient to a lot of matches including India Sri Lanka ODI series in Sri Lanka as a guest celebrity.
Her interest in Cricket increases manifold when it comes to India and Pakistan teams occupying the Cricket field.
The 3rd ODI was no different when she pitched Pakistan to sweep the series 3-0. She tweeted that she being a Pakistani supports the Pakistani team.
However, when the Pakistani team succumbed to India in a low scoring match at Feroze Shah Kotla, New Delhi by 10 runs, she tweeted "Chalo.... Pakistan team made some money out of this match."
It is pertinent to mention here that she was going steady with Mohd. Asif before she was ditched by the infamous Pakistani bowler.
She made the expose that Mohd. Asif was fixing matches and the bowler was ultimately indicted by the UK court and imprisoned for fixing matches along with two other members of the Pakistan team.
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