This Pakistani Kid Saying “Fuck You” Is The Perfect Meme You Should Be Sending Your Haters

By Haadia Paracha | 22 Sep, 2018

Ah, cricket banter. The gift that keeps on giving.

With Asia Cup currently underway, the past few days have been pretty action-packed for fans all over the country. Regardless of whether you were busy hosting a screening for all your friends, watching the match at home by yourself or scrolling through your timeline for quick highlights, yesterday’s match against Afghanistan was quite the nail-biter. One particular moment, however, has basically given us meme gold.

 

A kid was filmed showing the middle finger…

 

After Shoaib Malik’s infamous six in the last over

 

Btw…that moment. WHAT A MOOD.

 

Seriously…

Anyway, back to the na-muhazzib kid who has officially entered the meme hall of fame.

Fuck you, haterz.

 

 

The photo quickly started circulating on social media with many finding the “aggression” 10/10 relatable

 

“A celebration”

 

There were some comedic reactions:

Lots ofΒ feels ~

 

 

Bantz

 

Some not-so-subtle digs at India were carelessly thrown around

 

 

People also started rallying behind the new leader

 

Same to same, tbh.

Sorry guys but I legit LOL-ed too

 

Some were worried about ammi’s chittars

And rightfully so.

But the meme itself? GOLD.Β What did you think about the meme-worthy moment from the match? How are you celebrating past the win? Let us know in the comments section below.

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