T20 World Cup 2022: Fans live it up in the stands

T20 World Cup 2022: Sportstar brings to you some of the top fan moments of the tournament as teams battle it out to make the semifinals.

Generational talent Virat Kohli sent the crowd at the Melbourne Cricket Ground into raptures with an inspired 53-ball 82 to guide India to a thrilling four-wicket win over archrival Pakistan. Photo: AFP
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The indomitable Afghan spirit is on display as a fan of the Afghanistan cricket team, which has made rapid strides in international cricket of late, makes a statement ahead of their campaign opener against England in Perth. Photo: Getty Images
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England fans show their support by dressing in black and white stripes set during the match against Afghanistan in Perth. Photo: Getty Images
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An Irish fan didn't mind the rain as Ireland scripted a historic five-run win via D/L Method after rain cut short England's run-chase at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photo: Getty Images
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A fan shows his support for Pakistan but would have been disappointed as his team suffered a shock one-run defeat against Zimbabwe in Perth. Photo: Getty Images
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This placard held by a Sri Lankan fan, who wants to order a Kiwi salad for dinner, didn't age well as New Zealand thrashed Sri Lanka by 65 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Photo: Getty Images
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Bangladesh fans are known for wearing their heart on their sleeve. This fan, however, would have had his heart in his mouth as the Tigers eked out a narrow three-run win over Zimbabwe in Brisbane after the final delivery of the match had to be re-bowled. Photo: Getty Images
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In what was a face-off between David and Goliath, Pakistan thumped Netherlands by six wickets with 37 balls to spare, a Pakistani fan decided to turn up as superhero Hulk in Perth. Photo: Getty Images
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Sudhir Kumar Chaudhary, fan of former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, would have rued the absence of his idol as India went down to South Africa by five wickets in Perth. Photo: Getty Images
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Fans at the Gabba in Brisbane, dressed as sheriffs and calling themselves the 'super troopers', came alive as host and defending champion Australia thrashed Ireland by 42 runs. Photo: Getty Images
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