Twitter Wants Shahbaz Taseer To Eat His Words After Argentina's Win Last Night And Things Are Getting Messi

By Rameeza Ahmad | 27 Jun, 2018

If you have been keeping up with the World Cup so far, you’ll know that last night’s Argentina vs Nigeria match was a total nailbiter!

Source: Reddit

Though Messi scored the first goal of the match, the teams’ performance on a whole was severely lacking, and because of this,

Shahbaz Taseer tweeted a VERY premature tweet of how he expected Messi to retire as he assumed Argentina would lose.

Ouch.

Of course, people tried to warn him to not tweet something so ~controversial~

 

And Shahbaz himself quickly realized his mistake soon after and immediately tweeted that he might end up deleting the original tweet.

 

And turns he probably should have deleted the tweet because Argentina ended up winning.

source: deenga.com

Yikes.

And of course, Messi fans were not about to let Shahbaz live down his mistake.

They wanted to revel in his ‘mistake.’

And more than anything, everyone just wanted Shahbaz to delete his brain fart.

 

Source: Imagine Entertainment

Some people weren’t even bothered with his tweet reminding him of past instances.

But I mean, dozens of people asking you to delete your tweet, talk about embarrassing.

Awkward.

Argentina’s Football Team Just Cancelled A “Friendly” Match With Israel After Fans Around The World Demanded It

After Argentina’s “Messi” Defeat Football Fans Can’t Stop Trolling The Team


Cover photo source: CNN.com

Share This

More Recent Stories

Zindigi introduces the first-ever AI-driven instant micro loan, offering upto PKR 100,000

21 Feb, 2024

Discover Timeless Elegance in GulAhmed’s Summer Chunri Lawn Collection 2024

20 Feb, 2024

Pakistani Fashion Tech StartUp ‘ZERO’ making waves with names like Shaheen Afridi, Irfan Junejo, Junaid Akra...

19 Feb, 2024
Featured

Love and Tradition: Should Dating Have a Place in an Islamic Country?

18 Feb, 2024
Featured

EuroVillage Invites Twin Cities’ Residents to Explore European Culture, Diversity and Sustainability

15 Feb, 2024
Featured

GulAhmed Summer Lawn Collection 2024 Is Now LIVE Exclusively Online and Oh-so Fabulous!

13 Feb, 2024