Sarfraz Ahmed becomes a meme material on Twitter

Sarfraz Ahmed becomes a meme material on Twitter

Sarfraz didn't have a good outing with the bat and as a skipper.

Sarfraz Ahmed
Sarfraz Ahmed. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Pakistan endured a bad day at the office against their arch-rivals India on Wednesday in the ongoing Asia Cup. Their batsmen struggled to come to the terms against the bowlers and were bundled out for 162 runs after opting to bat first. The Indian batsmen didn’t break a sweat in gunning down the total and won handsomely by eight wickets to end the group stage at the top of the points table. However, for a strange reason, Sarfraz Ahmed has been trending on social media after the loss and has become a meme material.

Sarfraz, as a skipper and batsman, didn’t have a good outing. He was confident of his faring well against the flamboyant Men in Blue. But the occasion got better of them it seems and the pressure increased with the bat which didn’t work in Pakistan‘s favour. After posting a below-par total, the Pakistan fans must’ve hoped that their incisive bowling attack will make the difference and put India in trouble.

Frustrated Sarfraz

But the duo of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan pummeled them as well to vanish the lightest of hopes of the opposition. There were a lot of freebies offered by Pakistan bowlers which left Sarfraz Ahmed frustrated. To add to his agony, Usman Khan bowled a no-ball and then went for a massive six to concede 19 runs in a single over off Rohit which got the Indian skipper.

Very few things are missed on social media these days and Sarfraz’s funny actions soon became trending after the loss. The picture which is trending right now depicts that Pakistan’s wicketkeeper was wearing his guard but it perfectly sums up the situation he was in the other day.

It goes without saying that the social media gimmicks were at work and they created some hilarious memes out of the picture to troll Sarfraz.

Here’s how Sarfraz was trolled:

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