Pakistan Won The Match After A Nail-Biting Innings And People Were Pleasantly Surprised

By Sajeer Shaikh | 12 Jun, 2017

In case you missed it – which I’m sure you didn’t – the Pakistan Cricket team just won.

To say that the match was an emotional roller coaster would be an understatement. From some people speculating about the win, to others placing bets on teams (even in Ramazan- haw,) people were keeping an eye on the score at all points. Pakistan cricket team ke matches barely hee boring hotay hain. This match was no different.

There was the usual Ramiz Raja bashing, because of course

And people used jokes to cover up the fact that they were super nervous

Ammi ki dua was stored as ammunition

And it came down to a truly nail-biting point

Some people were already thinking of the worst case scenario

And others talked about how watching a Pakistan match was absolutely anxiety-inducing

People kept hoping that Sarfaraz dhoka nahi dega

After wracking several nerves around the country, Pakistan emerged victorious

People were speechless

It was deemed to be a miracle

Seriously. A lot of people thought it was a miracle

A new hero emerged from within the ranks

However, the moment itself was beautiful and gave everyone all the feels

Our boy Sarfaraz was like, “I can’t believe we’ve won,” and all of Pakistan was like, “Same, bro”

The victory is being celebrated everywhere. Pakistan defeating Sri Lanka officially means that we’ve qualified for the semis. Let’s hope that wahan bhi thori izzat bacha ke rakh lein. Regardless, it will be interesting to see how things pan out here on out. Because, after all:

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