India vs Pakistan match is scheduled to be played at Eden Gardens, Kolkata on Saturday © Getty Images
India vs Pakistan match is scheduled to be played at Eden Gardens, Kolkata on Saturday © Getty Images

Though India and Pakistan are divided by politics, but my cricket we are definitely united and have shown the gestures in every step. It has alsways united people from both the borders. With T20 World Cup 2016 already kicked off, the effect is seen in every social media and Facebook remains at the top whenever any important incident or event takes places. This time the most hyped and awaited match between India and Pakistan to be played on Saturday is making the rounds and the audience are already showing their support for their favorites. But something interesting was noticed by Facebook owners Mark Zuckerberg of Indian fans changing their profile picture showcasing support for Pakistan and Pakistan fans going on the similar tone changing their profile picture and supporting India. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs Pakistan, T20 World Cup 2016, Match 19 at Eden Gardens, Kolkata 

India, who came into this tournament on the back of  seven consecutive wins, were given a huge reality check by New Zealand, who beat them by 47 runs in their first World T20 fixture. Pakistan on the other hand, came into this tournament in shambles. Their performance in the Asia Cup was very ordinary, and the team was being lambasted by critics, left and right. But Pakistan have started it off on perfect note winning the match by 55 runs and Shahid Afridi, Ahmed Shehzad being top scorers for their team. READ: T20 World Cup 2016: India vs Pakistan match to be attended by Imran Khan and PCB officials

On paper, the Indian batting line-up would be easily beat the Pakistan line-up. On the bowling front, Pakistan have the edge over their opposition in terms of pace bowling, but the hosts have a better line-up of spinners in their team.

Something pretty interesting is happening in India and Pakistan on Facebook right now. Last week marked the beginning…

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Before the start of the tournament, everyone would have placed their bets on India walking over Pakistan, but with the display of both the sides in their opening fixture, Pakistan will feel they have a slight upper-hand, knowing they have already played and won a game at the Eden Gardens.