Twitter Is Shitting On The Pakistani Cricket Team For Their Performance In The Asia Cup And It Is Pure Savagery

By Biya Haq | 27 Sep, 2018

There you have it, folks, Pakistan is officially out of the Asia Cup as of their defeat to Bangladesh last night.

Pakistanis were devastated at the defeat of the team, however,

The Internet could not help but churn out a number of memes and jokes on our absolutely very shitty performance in the tournament.

Source: Reddit

Suffice to say, things got pretty savage on Twitter.

Lol.^

Even our favourite Ambassador, Martin Kobler has been unknowingly turned into a special subset of meme disses to the Pakistani cricket team. Ouch, but hilarious.

Oh and not to mention celebrating the fact that at least they didn’t lose to India, in the finals.

Of course, our team hasn’t always been bad and in fact, some of the players are absolute all-stars that have crushed the game multiple times in multiple tournaments. It can be funny to throw a joke here and there but our guys in green did their best and that’s really all we can ask for. Love you.

Also this. This could happen. Just saying.

Did you watch the match last night? What did you think of Pakistan’s performance? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Cover photo source: @Azkhawaja1/ @Phuppho Via Twitter 

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