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A Historic Day: Indian And Pakistani Cricket Fans Are United For Today’s INDvENG Cricket Match

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These historic cricket matches are ones that unite even the worst of enemies and that is exactly what the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is doing at today’s India Vs England match.

The two frenemy countries have been gybing at each other since their divide in 1947 and are now joining hands to support today’s match against England.

This match has given birth to ENDLESS tweets and memes on Twitter and read on till the end to find out how India losing or winning affects Pakistan’s position in the ICC league.

Today is your lucky day, this image can only be seen once in a lifetime

OK… incoming GOOSEBUMPS alert!

#FACTS

Spirits are running real HIGH on Twitter today

YAAS the most entertaining camaraderie

WINNER winner Chicken dinner! This one will have you in TEARS!!

A lot depends on tonight’s match

The secret to the intense support hahaa

The fight to qualify is ON

To break down tonight’s match, if in the result that India wins the match against England, Pakistan will have a better chance to qualify for the semi-finals. Although, if England wins tonight’s game against India then in that case Pakistan has to beat Bangladesh in their next match to mark their place in the semi-finals.

FOR England, if they either win tonight’s match against India or against New Zealand later this week, then one of the two – Pakistan or Bangladesh could still advance.

For INDIA if they win any of the three upcoming matches, against England, Bangladesh or Sri Lanka then this will 10000% put them in the knockout stage.

Although it they were to lose all three of the matches, and Pakistan won the remaining game against Bangladesh, they would be level on points.

Indians, Pakistanis, Sri Lankans, Nepalis and practically all of the Indian subcontinent watching the INDvENG match right now like…

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