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Best Cricket References & Memes During the US Election



Last Updated on 4 years by Charbel Coorey

Best Cricket References/Memes During the US Election | As the US Election rolls on, cricket fans describe the election in cricket terms

Ah, the US Election. Everywhere you look, the words “Trump”, “Biden”, “fraud” and many others stare right back in your face. It can be overwhelming at times, particularly given everything else that has been going in 2020.

So, a bit of humour can always lighten the mood. And what better way than using cricket terms and memes to describe the chaos that is the US 2020 Election. Cricket fans from all over the globe put together their memes and cricket scenarios to best describe the election, and it is safe to say we are not disappointed.

Below are some absolute beauties, across a number of different topics including reviews, Test cricket and more.

New king of the review

In the same week that Shane Watson announced his retirement from professional cricket, we have a new king of the review, Donald Trump.

What does the US Election also compare to in cricket?

The Duckworth/Lewis method. Try figure it out.

Claiming victory?

US Citizens get a taste of Test cricket…. or a slow ODI?

Ebb-and-flow early on, followed by drama and there might not even be a winner after five days.

Thank you cricket fans everywhere for a much-needed laugh. It has been one hell of a year, but a good cricket joke or two can always help lighten the mood.

Charbel Coorey
Charbel Coorey
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