Sarfaraz Ahmed, Dangling From the Balcony of Lord’s Cricket Ground, Evokes Hilarious Memes Ahead of PAK vs NZ, CWC 2019 Match

Dhairya Ingle
Sarfaraz Ahmed's dangling image from the Lord's Cricket Stadium after their match against South Africa evokes hilarious memes from the netizens. Click here to check them out.

Pakistan has been battling hard to survive a day more in the CWC 2019 to keep their chances alive for the semi-finals of the mega event. Ahead of their game with New Zealand, a snap featuring Pakistani captain Sarfaraz Ahmed surfaced online. The skipper was seen dangling in the balcony of Lord’s Cricket Stadium after their match against South Africa. It looked like Sarfaraz Ahmed was trying to say something the person standing downstairs. Sure this snap did not go unnoticed and the netizens came up with hilarious memes which flooded the Internet. Pakistan Skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed Urges Fans to Refrain From Abusing, Says ‘Criticise Us but Don’t Abuse’ on ‘Pig’ Comment. 

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Pakistan last defeated South Africa comprehensively by 49 runs. After winning the toss, Pakistan decided to bat first and the team piled up a total of 308 runs on the board. The Men in Green won the game against South Africans on the score of 259 runs. After the stupendous show, this image cropped up online and the netizens extended their creativity levels and came up with hilarious memes. New Zealand vs Pakistan Cricket Score 33th ODI Match. 

Check them out below:

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This meme reminded us of that one neighbour.

This will make you go ROFL.

Last one.

Talking about Pakistan’s game today, the match is no less than a do or die clash. A loss here would bring the curtains down on Pakistan’s campaign in the World Cup 2019. On the other hand, New Zealand is on number two and are undefeated so far in the tournament.