Lets be honest. It hurt. It hurt like it never has. It hurt so much, I cannot express it without profanity laden sentences which I am obviously not allowed to do here. #IndVsPak is supposed to be a joyous occasion and we are supposed to win right?
Something just wasn’t right with the world’s greatest batting line up yesterday and it led to so many pieces of broken furniture, televisions and everyday objects. India Vs Pakistan in a Champions Trophy Final and we did not even stutter, we literally stumbled and fell over. I don’t care though, as we always have, the Indian Cricket Team will be back, and #IndVsPak will end in our favour once we meet again.
Social media is known to have a persistence towards creating memes out of anything under the sun, they did the same last night. Right from the nail biting edge of the seat moments of a billion people to that unfortunate Hardik Pandya runout that smothered our last hope, Indian webizens managed to sum up the entire #IndVsPak fiasco in these hilarious memes that I was laughing at while I was also obviously crying.
1. Pandya is the new Baahubali :(
2. I can’t even….
4. More like a billion people sitting like this!
6. This is actually a legit reason :O
7. I’m not crying, you are crying.
8. Who the hell writes these things?
All India Bakchod reflected the state of mind of every Indian Cricket fan out there during the match, watching the wickets fall and hope erode slowly.
They offered an alternative first.
Then they found this poor chap who’s world was about to come crashing down.
They even resorted to some last moment student practices by bringing out Prayer Aunty for some miracle, but alas.
And finally, like all of us, they shamelessly accepted that our day was not so good at The Oval but hey we won the India Vs Pakistan hockey match (which no one cared about until we lost the Cricket match).
But that’s okay. We cheer and we boo our team, but only we have the right to do so, and WE WILL BE BACK!
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