The T20 Cricket World Cup 2016 is getting more and more intense with every day and Twitter doesn't fail to provide the much-needed comic relief in times of distress.
For every last ball thriller India is involved in, there's a tweet like this:
And for every Hardik Pandya ball, there's this:
THIS IS HARDIK WHERE IS JEETDIK YAAR SAHI DIK TO LAYA KARO— Abhishek Madan (@abhishekmadan) March 23, 2016
But Twitter's best contribution, by far, to Cricket are the fake accounts of famous cricketers.
Now these aren't your regular match-analysis tweets, these are the tweets that you'd think famous cricketers would tweet after half a bottle of whiskey.
So here are a few hilarious tweets by fake accounts of famous cricketers:
Disclaimer: While this is not a direct parody account, Trendulkar is known for poking fun at cricketers in the most unforgiving way.
Picture of a match fixer & Sreesanth. pic.twitter.com/CtSOKQ0zU1— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) March 26, 2016
On India's batting openers:
Indian team doesn't have beer because they keep losing the openers.— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) March 23, 2016
Sometimes India gives free runs and other times, America does.
Abbeyar don't give free stuff to Pakistan. We are not America.— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) March 19, 2016
Lala is a match-winner, for another team.
If that doesn't get one to perform, I don't know what will.
*Plays "Solah baras ki baali umar ko salaam" on loop*
Nasty Twitter is the best Twitter.
Anushka: Hi— Sir Ishant Sharma (@SirIshantSharma) March 23, 2016
Laughed harder than I should have.
Sincerely hoping Bumrah doesn't read this before a match.
Rohit "Jasprit Bumrah is rare talent"— Big Nas (@NasirJamshed_) March 23, 2016
Lala: Pakistan's Joey Tribbiani. Refuses to grow old.
Turns out Warner's as good at acting as he is on the off side.
David Warner fined for re-enacting classic "Pulp Fiction" scene with Rohit Sharma. pic.twitter.com/Dio7J2FDsv— Not David Warner (@notdavidwarner) January 19, 2015
*I knew you were trouble when you walked in... trouble trouble.*
*Tries not to cry*
Vale Phillip Hughes.Resumes play on 63 not out with a new batting partner. pic.twitter.com/Ovel2xYpXe— Not David Warner (@notdavidwarner) November 27, 2014
Comparison to Ajit Agarkar. A new low for Pakistan.
Mohammad Sami is the Ajit Agarkar of Pakistan #thankusami— Nohit Sharma (@imno45) September 17, 2012
Again, hoping Rohit Sharma doesn't read any of this before a match.
I now have four times more Followers than the runs I scored in the Sri Lankan ODI series!— Nohit Sharma (@imno45) August 11, 2012