Pak vs Afg Match ICC T20 World Cup 2021
Pak vs Afg Match ICC T20 World Cup 2021

Netizens spare no one when it comes to meme wars and they will throw hilarious stuff with no remorse at everyone that comes in the way. The same is the case with ICC T20 World Cup 2021 and millions of memes to mock rival teams have been made by cricket lovers. However, as surprising it may sound, Twitterati has taken a step back for Pakistan vs Afghanistan match ahead and flooded Twitter with messages of love and support this time.

The Green Nation is still filled with awe, thanks to the consecutive wins of Team Pakistan against India, and New Zealand respectively. They hope for the same spirit and anticipate the joy of victory in the Pak vs. Afghan match to be played on the evening of 29 October 2021.

As Pakistan and Afghanistan share borders and many common cultural traditions and sentiments, Cricket fans on both sides have decided to show support to both teams. One of the reasons for that is the ongoing situation in Afghanistan.

A fan has posted the emotional picture of Afghanistan Captain Mohammad Nabi and urged the fellows, not to celebrate if Pakistan wins.

Many are eager to watch the excellent performances from both sides, praising the players from each team.

There are calls to avoid hateful messages or any disrespectful words.

A Pashtun fan regards both teams as the same nation. What an expression of human love. (heart reacts)

Only one slogan need be chanted today: “Spread love.”

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