Sarfaraz’s iconic ‘yawn’ makes him a top Twitter trend

Sarfaraz's yawn, Malik's duck, Sheesha were the talking points yesterday.

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  • After Pakistan-India match yesterday, Sarfaraz was the top Twitter trend for all the wrong reasons.
  •  His yawn, videos enjoying Sheesha and then performance made him the center of attention.
  • India remarkably won the clash against Pakistan by 89 runs after a brilliant performance.
  • However, Captain Sarfaraz won the Twitter trend.

If you think your Monday face is tired and unenthusiastic, you should see our cricket Captain Sarfaraz, during a World Cup match, against a world-class team. After putting forth a remarkable fight, India won the clash against Pakistan by 89 runs via the DLS method in Sunday’s World Cup showdown in Manchester.

Pakistan cricket team skipper Sarfraz Ahmed was widely criticized for his lethargic gestures and iconic yawning during fielding against India. It met intense criticism because of his extremely non-serious attitude and low energy level when India has already smashed a glorious 300 runs.


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After the match concluded, Sarfaraz became a center of online trolls and memes. Unhappy cricket fans of Pakistan cricket took to Twitter to mock the captain for his lethargic appearance as not only did he he fail to win the match, but also because they did not even try.

Shoaib Malik also, once again, failed to put up a quality performance came into bat with Pakistan reeling at 129/4 in the 27th over but was soon dismissed for duck. It lead to further humiliation for the team, Malik himself and his wife Sania Mirza who came Manchester to support him .

Late, another video emerged which showed some members of Pakistan team having seat with Indian tennis star at a Sheesha only a few hours before the crucial match.

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