Streets were filled with dancing and singing crowds on Sunday (June 18) after the team's win at The Oval in south London.
But the restaurateur responsible for the catering for the Pakistan Cricket Team in the UK, who says he also had every reason to celebrate, thought the reaction was inappropriate in light of recent events.
'Mayhem and disruption'
Dalawar Chaudhry, of Chaudhry's TKC, said the partying carried on well into the night, during and past the time of the Finsbury Park Mosque terror attack.
He said: "This type of celebration causes mayhem and disruption.
"In light of the tragic news we Londoners are facing, this behaviour is inappropriate and unwelcomed."
The restaurant owner, hopes people from outside the area will refrain from coming to Southall "prepared with ghetto blasters, pressure horns, hiring cars and prepared to abuse".
He also noted that the celebration of Eid-al-Fitr, is coming up on Sunday and is meant to be a "period of contemplation".
Mr Chaudhry added: "This is a reminder to show compassion, respect and reflection in light of the major calamities and terrorist incidents recently faced by us Londoners.
"As members of the community, it is our corporate social responsibility to appeal for solidarity in these times."
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