Twitter Responds To The New Pakistan Cricket Team Kit And We Can’t Get Enough

The new Pakistan Cricket team is out and netizens can't stop comparing it to a watermelon, and even then, the Naseem Shah craze is going strong.

Before the clip showing Babar Azam, Shadab Khan, Naseem Shah, Fatima Sana, and Kainat Imtiaz dropped, there was a leak showing the athletes in the striped green shirts, and Twitter went into a whirlwind attempting to deduce what the approved jersey looks like. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) unveiled the much-anticipated T20I Thunder jersey on Monday evening.

People had quite a lot of opinions about the “tarbooz (watermelon) jersey,” as they called it.

If a watermelon waited forΒ them on the opposite side, internet users did not wish for the captain to turn around.

The jerseys were related to various objects, including fruits, in a verbal battle.

Some showed off their editing skills and edited the players onto watermelons which is entirely accurate if I say so.

We may even be in for a mehndi ki rasam at the field.

Even Twitter users DMed the PCB to let them know they still had time but in vain.

Unfortunately, the PCB disregarded all their advice and released the watermelon jersey design.

This is one of our favourites and let’s be honest quite accurate.

Fans nevertheless managed to embrace it and find a way to look on the positive side.

And no matter what Naseem Shah is wearing, the thirst for him never stops.

And yes of course the famous Harry Style’s watermelon sugar high was based on this.

What do you think about the new Pakistan Cricket Team watermelon jerseys?

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