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We all know how patriotic Akshay Kumar can get when India enters the finals of any sport and the actor flew down to London just to watch the India Vs England women’s cricket final and with the sheer excitement of supporting the girls in blue, he ended up holding the tricolour upside down and posted the picture on Twitter as well.
However, his followers called him out and he later apologised for what he did after realising his mistake. Akshay deleted the picture and sent out an apology by saying, “Extending my sincerest apology for violating the code of conduct for the tricolor. Didn't mean to offend anyone, the picture has been removed.”
A Big Mistake
Akshay Kumar is seen holding the Indian flag upside down while cheering for the girls in blue.
He Said Sorry
He later deleted the picture and apologised for his mistake.
India Vs England
India lost to England at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup final 2017, held at Lords stadium.
Despite the defeat, Indian women’s cricket team made the whole country proud by reaching the finals.
Kudos to the England team for clinching the title at the nick of time. The Indian women’s team played good as well.
Joy O Joy
The match was enjoyed by fans of both India and England and the best team won at the end of the day.
All The Best
We’re sure the girls in blue will win the next World Cup for sure.