India overwhelmed Pakistan in their World Cup experience on Sunday as Rohit Sharma hammered his 24th One-Day International century.
While fans on either side of the outskirt experienced different feelings as the match unfurled at Old Trafford, there was one minute that emerged. It came in the main portion of the game when the players took the field after the first of three downpour delays.
The players were compelled to stroll off the field in the 47th over of the Indian innings as downpour took over in Manchester. They returned after about an hour in virus conditions and that break appeared to have affected Pakistan chief Sarfaraz Ahmed.
Similarly as the main ball after the downpour postponement was going to be bowled, the veteran wicketkeeper let out an all-powerful yawn. What’s more, the web, obviously, rushed to spot it.
As though his group’s grim exhibition on the field wasn’t sufficient, Ahmed was ridiculed for his absence of power in such a significant game.
Here are some Twitter responses to THE yawn of the World Cup:
— Kidambi Srikanth (@SriKidambi_FC) 16 June 2019
Commentator: Pakistani chances to qualify for finals have gone slimmest.— سرکاری رینچ ?™️ (@NaikRooh) 16 June 2019
Sarfaraz: I'll consume all the oxygen and make Indians hypoxic. pic.twitter.com/5ENQuD7c4m— HANGUL (@Hangul93) 16 June 2019
Sarfaraz watching Vijay Shankar bat! pic.twitter.com/TdmSnmJB3q— Abhishek Nandgaonkar (@abhishek_s_n) 16 June 2019
Imran Khan: Win toss and bat first.— Clive (@vanillawallah) 16 June 2019
Sarfaraz Ahmed: pic.twitter.com/krlJGIlKRW