Pakistan Gets Trolled With Memes After New Zealand Beat Sri Lanka In 23 Overs
In a climactic showdown at Bengaluru’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, Sri Lanka and New Zealand engaged in a high-stakes battle. Sri Lanka, already on the ropes at 113/8, found themselves in a precarious situation that had Pakistan fervently hoping for a turnaround. The Kiwi squad, brimming with enthusiasm, sought to swiftly seal the deal.
Amidst the intensity, a sudden twist materialized when Dushmantha Chameera’s bat met Lockie Ferguson’s delivery with a resounding inside edge. In the heat of the moment, a questionable call reverberated, triggering a wave of anticipation and anxiety. With two reviews remaining, Mitchell, with unwavering decisiveness, initiated the T-sign after a fervent LBW appeal.
The pivotal decision rested on the trust between teammates as Williamson, the captain, relied on the judgment of Mitchell. A confirmation echoed through the stadium, communicated to the on-field umpire, Joe Wilson. As the tension reached its zenith, the colossal replay unfolded on the colossal screen, laying bare the truth of the decisive moment.
Pakistan are out of the #CWC2023 98%
— Rohit Sarkar (@barcaadmirers) November 9, 2023
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