Hilarious tweets by Iceland Cricket break the internet

The tweets are related to some ongoing cricketing events across the globe.

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Iceland cricket isn’t a renowned name in the world of cricket. It’s not yet a part of the International Cricket Council (ICC). However, they aim to join the European Cricket Council, which would crown them as an Affiliate Member of the ICC. The maiden Domestic tournament was held between the Reykjavik Vikings and Kopavogur Puffins on July 17, 2016.

The series was a two-match T20 affair with a bowl out to decide the winners. provided the series ended in a draw. However, the Kopavogur Puffins won by 2-0. In September 2017, Iceland hosted Authors CC who were led by Charlie Campbell. The nation’s cricket board has recently announced that the team will play its maiden international match in the near future. Iceland will play against Switzerland in England this July.

The side-splitting words by Iceland

Most recently, their cricket is grabbing eyeballs, not with their prowess on the 22 yards, but twith heir antics on the social media platform. They have shared some comical messages on Twitter. Ireland’s maiden Test against Pakistan is currently underway and Iceland Cricket has left no stone unturned in taking a jibe at the Pakistan team. Imam-ul-Haq, who is the nephew of Inzamam-ul-Haq, was selected in the squad.

The selection was criticised by former cricketers as well as the commoners. Inzamam, the national team selector, was bashed for favouring his relative in team selection procedures. Fawad Alam showed tremendous form in the domestic circuit, yet he hasn’t been able to stake his claim back into the Pakistan national team. His omission was also jibed at by Iceland.

They also tweeted about Virat Kohli and Steve Smith who have been stalwarts for India and Australia respectively. Kohli, who is currently, the skipper of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) has arguably been amongst the most prolific run-scorers in limited overs cricket and Iceland want them for marketing purposes.

Here are the tweets