India-NZ Trafford battle: Twitterati got anxious, invoked rain, Dhoni for a win
Twitter was quick to judge the game, through funny tweets and memes.
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And Twitter was quick to judge the game, through funny tweets and memes.
As the Meme-Lords got in the trolling game, Twitterati began praying for rain to save the day. While some cricket fans prayed for MS Dhoni to make an appearance, others made jokes on the situation India was facing.
RETWEET if you belive Dhoni will win this match for INDIA #INDvNZ #indiavsNewzealand #CWC19 https://t.co/mcFnVUNLP7— Neeta ambani fan (@Neetahoon) 1562754423000
That awkward moment when Rain qualifies for the semi-finals but your team doesn't #INDvNZ #INDvsNZ https://t.co/p75lfjFayX— Sir Jadeja fan (@SirJadeja) 1562695417000
#INDvNZ Indian Fans Praying : https://t.co/VW9IACzLrG— Sumit_11_knight_07 (@Sumit48880620) 1562677742000
Us right now. #INDvNZ https://t.co/Zv0DJ5tsEd— Meena Alagappan (@meow_2308) 1562755289000
Writer-columnist 'Five Point Someone' author Chetan Bhagat joined the followers, putting in a prayer for heavy showers.
Never missed the English rain like I did today #INDvNZ— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) 1562755851000
Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra, who believes that India lose every time that he tunes in, confirmed to his Twitter followers that he was preoccupied in a board meeting, clearly not wanting to jinx it. However, the top boss was updated by his colleagues on the not-so-great score.
No, I'm actually in a board meeting but my colleagues keep telling me the score! https://t.co/tWQqPHF5DY— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) 1562756742000
He further expressed his anxiousness about India's lagging start, cheering up the team.
Remember that old song—Sounds of Silence? I finally know what that sounds like: when a country of 1.25 bn people go… https://t.co/qDISJ3DeQV— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) 1562756612000