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Women’s World T20: ICC at their wittiest best to troll Pakistani fans on Twitter

The world cricketing body ICC has now become a troller’s junction where fans and the body shares some lite moments together, but this time it has gone far away. Recently, ICC got involved in a banter with Pakistani fans over Twitter for their “less knowledge” about their team’s position in Women’s World T20 and the Rankings.

It all started with a tweet shared by ICC:

How Pakistani fans reacted on the Poll?

Pakistan fans from all around the world started commenting on ICC’s tweet and blamed the body for ignoring their team to contest in the final. Although, the truth is Pakistan got knocked out of the tournament so how can they play in the final?
ICC once again with a witty sense of humour replied to the fans about the fact that why they didn’t mention Pakistan Women’s team is the list of the probables.

After spending a day-long without responding, ICC finally replied to all those fans in a chilled out way which has become a buzz of the night. ICC wrote, “The absolute state of these mentions! Pakistan didn’t get out of the #WT20 group stage guys”.

ICC in their usual way!

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How Indian fans reacted?

Some Indian fans took time to read it all on the wall of ICC and replied, This is all because of Pakistan’s men cricket team, fans are still traumatized with the collapse against New Zealand in Test and their exertion is making a way out on Twitter.

India and England are ready to blow the whistle against each other in the Women’s World T20. Both the finalists of Women’s World Cup 2017 will meet up to book a berth in Semi-final in T20 format.

So far in the tournament, India stunned New Zealand with 34 runs, Pakistan by 7 Wickets, Ireland by 52 runs and Australia by 42 runs and clinched the top position in Group B. Sarah Taylor less England won a match against Bangladesh and South Africa but lost an encounter against defending champions Windies.

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