Toronto revellers celebrate as Pakistan crushes India in cricket championship match
Fans took to 'Little India' after Pakistan's win over arch-rival on Sunday
It's one of the world's most intense sports rivalries, dating back almost to India's independence half a century ago.
And even though today's International Cricket Council league championship match happened half a world away, Toronto residents were in uproar as Pakistan won against India.
Fans drove honking down Gerrard Street near Coxwell Avenue in Toronto's "Little India" neighbourhood, gloating over the win.
"India was expecting us to lose, but our players, young team, played really well," said reveller Hassan Sattar, grinning.
"They were playing the best teams in the world, and Pakistan was number eight. But now they're champions."
Pakistan won the match by 180 runs.
"Everybody's proud right now to be Pakistani," said Bushra Upal, eating ice cream with her family outside. "Because Pakistan won. And by big numbers."
If you are wondering where all the South Asians in Toronto are today FYI India and Pakistan are playing cricket against each other!—@OmarYKhan