The FIFA World Cup fever has enveloped the globe. With smashing performances from different teams, the whole world is glued to their screens to witness this majestic event. Every four years the football tournament presents new surprises and 2018 is no different. This year it’s the official game ball Telstar 18. With six textured panels, it’s equipped with NFC or near-field communication chips for bringing perfection to the game.
Designed by sporting equipment giant Adidas, the Telstar 18 balls are manufactured in Pakistan. Besides two incidents of bursts and goalkeeper’s allegations that it changes direction unpredictably, this ball design has not faced any other major controversies.
Recently a Twitter handle named ‘Pakistan Defence Command’ tweeted highlighting the fact that the balls are manufactured in their country. What was supposed to be a cheeky post, turned out to be a perfect source for trolling.
— Pakistan Defence Command (@PDCMDOfficial) June 18, 2018
Did the tweet make you laugh out loud? Expectedly, it evoked same reaction from Twitterati too. People started mercilessly trolling Pakistan. Here’s what they wrote:
Hahahahah … Pakistan will always remain the “Laughingstock” of this world
— Being /!/@V (@navdeep79534927) June 19, 2018
This is the moment you realise that for 70 years you were wrong and are now being corrected by the World 🤣🤣🤣🤣
— Mitul (@Eme2ul) June 20, 2018
Oh my god, you guys don’t even know how to interpret something logically. 😂😂
— Vaibhav Jain (@_VaibhavJain) June 19, 2018
“Playing with their balls?” Since when did Pakistani start growing balls? I thought the only thing they could do was attack unarmed innocent civilians, but when faced with our Army, they run towards their mecca.
— Kapitalist Kafir (@KapitalistKafir) June 19, 2018
Ise kehte hain khud ki lena…😂
— Ayushi Agarwal (@iiiushiii) June 19, 2018
— Rupam Sarkar🇮🇳 (@rupamsarkar72) June 19, 2018
So far India was kicking your balls. Now whole world is kicking them. You deserve this.😀😀😀
— Ashok (ಅಶೋಕ – अशोक) (@ashokshetty1970) June 20, 2018
Aur Inko kashmir chahiye
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— Dinesh 🇮🇳 (@Dineshkatariya0) June 20, 2018
..yes..world loves to kick your balls.. however, whatever, whenever..#FakeCountry
— RayTrooths (@TroothRay) June 20, 2018
Yeah ,let the world play with your balls while we continue to bust your ass..🤣 andhe laude fauj mein daude…
— leo (@nleo589) June 19, 2018
Not only words, netizens even came up with funny memes and gifs on this Telstar 18 tweet. Take a look:
Bas bakwaas karwalo inse pic.twitter.com/xjIm0j92R7
— B I N O Y 🏎 (@beeayeanoowhy) June 20, 2018
— manu (@manu_0213) June 20, 2018
Pakistani’s after their balls getting squished😁👇😁👇😁👇😁👇😁👇 pic.twitter.com/kNSGma6O4Q
— 🥂Desi Daaru🥂 (@saikadeewana9) June 19, 2018
Fooot gai balls 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/TgdbYIScZR
— नेम कैनोट बी ब्लैंक । (@motabhaei) June 19, 2018
Twitter bhi censor kr rha hai ise pic.twitter.com/kNClkO9hJu
— Shikher (@Twirrentz) June 19, 2018
— Random Guy (@nainawatip) June 19, 2018
Now I understand why 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/PbJMmzYTx0
— Gaurang Maheshwari (@GaurangMaheshw7) June 19, 2018
— Raunak Joshi (@RaunakAJoshi) June 20, 2018
What would you say on this tweet about Telstar 18?