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Twitterati Are Hilariously Trolling Pakistan’s Cricket Board After They Revealed Their ‘Biscuit Trophy’, Even ICC Also Trolled PCB

Recently, the official twitter handle of Pakistan’s cricket board revealed the trophy of upcoming T20I series TUC Cup 2018. They shared the image on their twitter handle of the trophy alongwith the Australia’s skipper Aaron Finch and Pakistani captain Sarfaraz Ahmed. In the picture, both of them are seen holding the ‘weird’ trophy, that has now become a hilarious joke on twitter.

The design of the trophy is weird such that the golden trophy has all the three stumps, a ball, and a giant biscuit attached to the top of the stumps.

Here, have a look at the picture of the trophy shared by PCB :

As soon as this image caught eyes, people on twitter started trolling them for their ‘weird’ trophy design. Infact, the official twitter handle of ICC couldn’t stop themselves from cracking a couple of jokes on this trophy.

Here, have a look at how the official twitter handle of ICC trolled the trophy :

The tweet read:
“Giving taking the biscuit a whole new meaning!”

Here’s another one from ICC :

The tweet read:
“You vs the trophy she told you not to worry about”

Twitter was soon flooded with hilarious jokes and memes regarding this biscuit trophy.  Here, have a look at how twitterati reacted to all this :

https://twitter.com/Sneakypete786/status/1054738069746634752

https://twitter.com/tagalabettandi/status/1054738273124450305

https://twitter.com/YehAccntFakeHai/status/1054760480252854272

https://twitter.com/its_tabrez_/status/1054738145315577856

https://twitter.com/BhrashtBuddhi/status/1054747854743445504

Hilarious reactions!!!

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Unnati Madan

Unnati Madan is a senior cricket writer, with more than 5 years of experience in cricket writing. Here you will read some of the most entertaining cricket news, tweet reports, and cricket stories by Unnati. She also takes keen interest in poetry and has been awarded as the 'Writer of the year' by Quora.

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