Afghanistan played against New Zealand in the ICC World T20 yesterday and Pakistanis were as hooked as the Afghans and the Kiwis. Although our boys in green have already won from the two teams but for India to qualify for the semi-finals Afghanistan needed to beat New Zealand. This curiosity glued us to our TV screens in anticipation of the match Aur phir hua kuch yun…
New Zealand comfortably won by 8 wickets, making sure that India or Afghanistan is out of the T20 World Cup and Pakistanis get to shine their charming old wit another time around into a meme fest. We compiled the best ones for you so you can, too, engage in fits of laughter just like we did.
If India restricts Namibia to 75 runs
and chases down the winning score in 5 overs…..they can save 2 hours precious time to reach Delhi. pic.twitter.com/YvPeuBq3Ke
— M Arman Khan (@Arman_khan313) November 7, 2021
#big news for india !
An important query from india. pic.twitter.com/27jCfFNrTX
— CuoRe Amoroso (@ataushshafi) November 8, 2021
"BIG NEWS FOR INDIA" pic.twitter.com/sakkDtc4Dp
— Maria Basra. (@ChemistBasra) November 8, 2021
Paunch gye airport 😭 pic.twitter.com/XMkVwx3nPe
— Dr. Gill 3.0 (@ikpsgill1) November 7, 2021
Today's scenario. #NZvsAfg pic.twitter.com/zV88VZ4krX
— Neeraj✨ (@nirlaj_hu) November 7, 2021
New Zealand cricket team everytime there is a chance for India in ICC tournaments.#T20WorldCup #NZvAFG pic.twitter.com/GoRKtwd3d3
— 𝓢𝓮𝓱𝓻𝓲𝓼𝓱 🇵🇰 (@itsmeSehrish) November 7, 2021
Indian Cricket Players reaching India:#IndiaVsNewZealand #INDvsNZ pic.twitter.com/3SZ7BtxDNL
— Brownie ✨ (@the_desi_dream) October 31, 2021
World Cups have, for decades, been very important for us especially because we keep a track of not only the performance of our team but also the performance of our neighboring India. While cheering for the green we also make sure that our neighbors (all of them maybe?) aren’t winning. This is undoubtedly the charm of T20 World Cup.
India is officially out of the World Cup T20 and Pakistan remains the only team having won all the 5 matches played. The men in green shirts have made their way through to the semi-finals beating India, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Namibia and also Scotland.
Pakistan will meet Australia in their Semi-final match for the title on the 11th of November at 7pm PST. (dher saari duain)