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‘India can still qualify for semifinals if…’: Memes take over social media after NZ beats Afghanistan

The win confirmed that the Indian team, which is currently at four points from four matches, will not qualify for the semifinals even if they beat Namibia on Monday.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: November 9, 2021 9:35:32 am
new zealand vs afghanistan, nz vs afg, cricket news, sports news, indian express, t20 world cup, world cup, memes, trending, indian express, indian express newsFrom subtle jibes at the team to the high hopes pinned on the Afghanistan team's performance, Twitter was flooded with memes.

While India’s defeat against Pakistan and New Zealand had pretty much reduced the chances of the Indian cricket team to continue its journey in the ongoing T20 World Cup, many had pinned their hopes on Afghanistan to beat New Zealand so that India can progress to the semi-finals on net run rate. However, Indian fans were yet again disappointed after New Zealand won the Afghan match by 8 wickets, snuffing India’s hopes.

The win confirmed that the Indian team, which is currently at four points from four matches, will not qualify for the semifinals even if they beat Namibia on Monday. With not much to look forward to in the 2020 World Cup, desi fans found solace in memes as many took to social media platforms to express their disappointment.

From subtle jibes at the team to the high hopes pinned on the Afghanistan team’s performance, Twitter was flooded with memes aptly depicting the mood of netizens. Here, take a look at some of the many memes being shared on the microblogging website.

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