November 19 has not been a good day for the Pakistan cricket team and their fans as they lost the Test match against New Zealand in the very unusual manner. Pak team batting collapse led to the four-run loss in Abu Dhabi in the first Test match of the series. On the same day, Pakistan fans were also trolled by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Twitter.
On Monday morning ICC posted a poll on their Twitter account asking about the probable team who will enter Women's World T20 final, but some Green Army fans had a brain fade moment and they didn't realize the Women's part in the poll. People started criticizing the ICC for not mentioning Pakistan team in the list.
Pakistan is No. one T20 team you forgot to mention it— شکیل اجمل🗯 (@shakeelajmal) November 19, 2018
Pakistan is number one in t20 ranking but you didn't mention it.— Shamim Balti (@imalone96) November 19, 2018
Where is Pakistan. 😔😯😠— GHULAM SHABEER (@Shabeer_jattak) November 19, 2018
Where is #1 T20 team??🇵🇰🇵🇰— 𝒜𝓂𝓂𝒶𝓇 𝐻𝒶𝓈𝓈𝒶𝓃 Kashmiri (@iAmmarpakistani) November 19, 2018
Later ICC trolled them by posting, " The absolute state of these mentions! Pakistan didn't get out of the #WT20 group stage guys."
The absolute state of these mentions! 😂— ICC (@ICC) November 19, 2018
Pakistan didn't get out of the #WT20 group stage guys 🙃
Actually, the Pakistan women's team won't even qualify for the semis as India, West Indies, Australia and England move forward in the tournament. While the Women in blues will face the English team and Aussies will take on the Caribbean side.
Pakistan men's team were also heavily trolled by Twitterati after the humiliating loss against the Blackcaps.
I thought Sri Lankan politics is the most unpredictable thing but I was wrong Pakistan batting line-up is still the most unpredictable thing! #PAKvsNZ— Chamal Asela Perera (@chamalAsela) November 19, 2018
After this mighty performance by Pakistan in their rented home, ICC should take back the international status from Pak and hand the title to UGANDA CRICKET TEAM. Do it ICC. #pakvsNz— Haider Ali Khan (@HaiderAli_100) November 19, 2018