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‘That’s John Cena’ – Twitter comes up with hilarious reactions on ICC’s tweet

ICC meme creators have become more active in the last couple of years.

Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Social media plays a big role in sports. And these days boards alongside associations keep sharing encouraging posts in order to motivate their players. They sometimes also dispense out some comical memes as well. Then comes ICC who manages to share witty and interesting memes regularly. This activity sometimes forces them into an unorthodox criticism.

During World Cup 2019 a meme was released by the apex council on social media over Mohammad Hafeez. The instance came when Bangladesh was down on the field in order to chase the target. Pakistan’s star all-rounder bowled a very loopy full-toss to Tigers’ opener Soumya Sarkar. The ball instead of going towards the batsman went into the galaxy. That gave the ICC official meme creator a chance to bolster their creativity which was later criticized by the fans.

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ICC official meme creators looked pretty comprehensive over their latest posts

Now, they have yet again posted a picture of Mitchell Marsh who was coming out to bat. But, his supporting partner was just behind him but was not visible because that player was wearing was looking in downwards direction. The idea behind the picture was to figure out the accompanying partner alongside the Aussie all-rounder.

Here is the tweet from ICC:

This gave the fans on Twitter to become proactive and everyone came out with different reactions in a reply to ICC tweet. But, the answers were totally filled with full humor that looked pretty crazy. Some compared the unknown player with John Cena and Team India‘s selector MSK Prasad.

Here are the reactions from the fans

The picture ICC posted was of Mitchell Marsh going out for a Sheffield Shield match for Western Australia against Tasmania. In that encounter after getting out to Jackson Bird, he was frustrated. As soon as he reached his dressing room, the Aussie all-rounder banged his hand into the wall. At the end, that angered reaction resulted as a fracture in his middle finger. Now, it is expected that he will have to stay away from the game for at least five weeks.

Later, Marsh came out and apologized to his Western Australian teammates for his behavior. He feels that he has let them down and set a bad example by letting his emotions.

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