After Mitchell Starc’s astonishing yorker in England vs Australia match ended Ben Stokes’ marvelous 89 runs inning Australia became the first team to reserve its spot in the semi-finals. The delivery by Starc turned out to be the turning point of the game and it helped Australia win the game by 64 runs in the ongoing ICC World Cup.
Now England supporters were already depressed as the team is in dire need to win two remaining matches to reach in semifinals. The Queensland Police heightened the pain of the England cricket team fans by rubbing their defeat in their face. The police department posted a tweet which read, “The tears of English cricket fans have made driving conditions tricky this morning. Drive safe Brisbane”. The tweet was also a warning to the citizen and divers in the rainy weather.
The tears of English cricket fans have made driving conditions tricky this morning. Drive safe Brisbane #ENGvAUS
— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) June 25, 2019
The Queensland Police’s tweet is getting thousands of likes and shares on Twitter. While English are furious at the sarcasm, Australian supporters are hailing the police department and Indians are just laughing.
Reads some replies to Queensland Police tweet here:
How about using a sandpaper to enhance the tyres' grip?
— THE SKIN DOCTOR (@theskindoctor13) June 26, 2019
Fans at Worcestershire County Cricket Club were so upset after hearing England lost to Australia (again). Their own game had to be abandoned after the overwhelming Floods of Tears 😭😭 😁 pic.twitter.com/wIsbreuiJu
— Geoff. H (@geoffhumphries_) June 26, 2019
Put some sandpaper down. Should give drivers a bit of illegal assist.
— Peter Ellis (@petejellis) June 26, 2019
— stud_boy99 (@stud_boy99) June 25, 2019
@DennisCricket_ 😂 😂 even your police trolling England?
— عام آدمی 👨 (@engineer_saabb) June 26, 2019
Savage….. audition for Britain's got talent….
— Guru consejero (@IGiveGyaan) June 26, 2019
I am English but this amused me a lot. Jeez if any English Police put this there would be uproar 😂😂
— Russell Gillett (@RussellGillett) June 26, 2019