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Eng vs Pak: Pakistan Cricket Team trolled after horrible defeat in final match

Eng vs Pak: Pakistan Cricket Team trolled after horrible defeat in final match

England Cricket Team has returned to Pakistan for the first time in 17 years. After the ECB abandoned their tour pre ICC T20 World Cup 2021, it was announced that the two teams, England and Pakistan, will play the seven-match T20I series in 2022 in place of five.

The seventh and the final T20I, which took place on the 2nd of September 2022, marks the end of the Eng vs Pak T20I series. The first six matches equalled the series among two, with the final match left to decide the series. The gusts have single-handedly defeated the hosts after the men in green showcased some horrible performances.

After the sixth match did not do wonders for Babar Azam and co, the seventh ended in a similar manner. For this reason, Pakistan Cricket Team is abruptly trolled on social media. The fans with a sarcastic sense of humour are sharing some memes. Let’s have a look:

The middle-order batter Khushdil Shah failed to utilize his position as always. The fans already did not expect much from out-of-form Khushdil. He is yet to appeal the lookouts with his bat.

After Khushdil hardly managed 27 from 25 balls, the users made memes as follows:

After Babar Azam dropped multiple catches of the England’s batters, a user tweeted,

After various misfields, fans also compared the team to Kamran Akmal, who used to drop the catches.

After middle-order batter Asif Ali once again failed to do something bigger, a user made fun of his statement, in which he claimed to hit 150 sixes a day.

Earlier in the day, Pakistan won the toss and elected to chase. They yielded a hefty target of 210 runs and managed only three wickets. Whilst hunting, the men in green could only make 142 in 20 overs, sparing just two wickets. England ended the series by 4-3, defeating Pakistan on their own home soil.

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