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Funny Cricket Tweets Nov 2019 week 1

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Funny Cricket Tweets Nov 2019 week 1. 15 funny Cricket Tweets from week 1 of November 2019

Cricket fatigue, says Adam Gilchrist?

Let’s look at the significant amount of cricket from a more positive angle. As always, Twitter comes up with the goods. And, when there is plenty of cricket on, you are sure to enjoy a laugh or two.

The first week of November has seen a number of T20 internationals being played around the world. Below are 15 funny cricket tweets from the past week!

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1. How do you follow such a challenge?

I won’t explain what “No Nut November” means on a cricket blog.

But, when Steve Smith is playing shots like this, staying disciplined is one hell of an ask. Funny, and must I say underrated tweet from @The_BeardMan_. Be sure to give it a few RTs and likes.

Also read: Poor crowds, crap ratings in the Pakistan and Sri Lanka series in Australia. What is Cricket Australia doing?

2. Final match, final salute

44 runs out of Bangladesh’s paltry 153 against India in the second T20I came off Khaleel Ahmed.

As always, Twitterati never misses the opportunity to have its say. Better, @DavidBrentIPL ensures there is an even greater level if respect by adding in “Sir” at the end. Touching.

3. Records, records everywhere

Let me get it straight – Virat Kohli is an outstanding player. Indeed, he can be described as ‘Rendezvous with a genius’.

But, this is hilarious. As many know, the Rohit vs Kohli fanwars can dominate Twitter, which gives us rival fans some quality content to consume. As Kohli’s Twitter is inundated with more sponsored photoshoots and videos, @AskRishabh has no hesitation in pouncing. Funny stuff.

4. Wow.

Back to Khaleel. The man is so magnificent that a new cricket term has been named in his honour.

Forget maiden overs. “Maiden ball” is where it’s at. Quality, @suneerchowdhary.

5. Wow x2.

Pure shock. Kohli’s face says it all. Laugh out loud stuff.

Brilliant meme content, @FourOverthrows.

6. The positive? No one can see

OK, let’s give Khaleel a break, and turn our attention to the smog in Delhi.

Personally, I think it’s a disgrace the first T20I between India and Bangladesh went ahead in such conditions.

But, with the right mindset, you can see positives. India losing their first ever T20I to Bangladesh? It’s OK, no one could see it. Brilliant as always from @CSKian716.

7. The ‘Ashes’ isn’t the only special series

The World Cup, Ashes and “Smog” all in the same year. We are truly spoilt. Quality stuff from @monicas004. BCCI, you have a marketing idea.

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8. The Incredible Hulk!…..

Cricket Australia’s pathetic lack of understanding of its fans is a key talking point. However, there will always be some quality tweets, for those who know the game is on.

Fakhar Zaman, the quickest ever to 1,000 ODI runs, of which 515 came against a decimated Zimbabwe side, has not delivered since. He has struggled for consistency against top opposition since mid-2018, which always means the meme content is coming. @SeholeSuggests didn’t disappoint.

9. A better opener…

No runs for Fakhar = quality content on Twitter. @FarhanNitrate5 shows us a beautiful image of a better opener. Funny stuff.

10. “Any help please?”

Pakistan’s awful performances in Australia made many wonder why they are still the number one ranked side. A key theme was their reliance on Babar Azam (and Iftikhar Ahmed) for runs.

After the first T20I in Sydney, and nearly halfway through Canberra, it was all Babar for Pakistan. @tweetlessss described it perfectly.

11. Even Google is trolling

“PAK reaches 100 runs!” exclaims a surprised Google. Thanks to @itstarot for pointing this out, giving all (including Pakistan fans) something to chuckle about.

12. “This is great viewing”

Sarfaraz Ahmed was sacked as T20I captain after Pakistan’s poor 3-0 loss at home to Sri Lanka in October. He was then left out of the team to play Australia.

Safe to say he was loving what he was seeing on his television screen. Funny stuff from @CR7STIANO_SABIR.

Also read: Rant: Cricket Australia is sitting on its $1.2 billion bed, without a care in the world

13. What’s going on, Tom?

Tom Banton made his much-awaited T20I debut for England in their series in New Zealand.

His preparation for his first innings was surprising, to say the least. @TheACCnz giving us the latest scoops!

14. “This will do”

Back to the India-Bangladesh series.

Rishabh Pant has had a bit of a tough time with the bat and gloves in recent times for India. Unfortunately for him, when you come after the great MS Dhoni, people will scrutinise your every move. @FlashScore_IN have had their say, giving us a funny picture of India’s efforts to replace MS.

15. Cheeky, cheeky, cheeky

If you don’t follow @DanCricket93, I suggest you do so. From great cricket quizzes, engaging tweets, to funny ones like this, Dan’s Cricket Column is sure to keep you engaged.

This is cheeky stuff. Theunis de Bruyn and Temba Bavuma have found the going tough for South Africa, leading to sarcasm at its finest!


So, there are 15 funny tweets from November week one. Have any you’d like to see included in the next edition? Tag or send through to me on Twitter at @cric_blog.

Thanks for reading!

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Charbel Coorey
Charbel Cooreyhttps://cricblog.net
Charbel is the owner & founder of cricblog.net, based in Sydney, Australia. He started the website to fulfill his love for the game of cricket. Charbel has been featured on other publications including OP India, Times of India, and The Roar, among others. He is also a keen fantasy sports player. Charbel has also had the privilege of interviewing cricketers on the CricBlog TV YouTube channel, including James Neesham, Rassie van der Dussen, Andrew Tye, Shreyas Gopal, Jaydev Unadkat and Saurabh Netravalkar: https://www.youtube.com/@cricblogtv For any story tips or questions, you can contact Charbel at charbelcoorey@cricblog.net.

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