Sacred Games 2 Meets India-New Zealand World Cup Semifinal: Creative Netizens Combine Both Major Events Of The Day To Meme Up The Internet

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Just when netizens thought the India vs New Zealand World Cup semifinal will be all they’ll be talking about on Tuesday, they were pleasantly surprised as the trailer of ‘Sacred Games 2’ dropped.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

Just when netizens thought the India vs New Zealand World Cup semifinal will be all they’ll be talking about on Tuesday, they were pleasantly surprised as the trailer of ‘Sacred Games 2’ dropped. The creative ones, who might have planned to make the Twitterati laugh with their memes, had to just alter plans as they merged both the big events of the day. Several funny posts took the Internet by storm between the release of the trailer and start of the match. 

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The ‘Balidaan dena hoga’ or ‘Sacrifices must be made’ dialogue was at the centre of most of this, as netizens connected it to Jasprit Bumrah injuring Vijay Shankar in the nets or how Captain Virat Kohli reacted when the all-rounder had to finally leave the squad. They even used the same line for New Zealand and how the encounter was the ‘Time for War.’ Some even shared another meme, of Yuzvendra Chahal chilling at the boundary to state how they gearing up for the match. 

Here are the memes: 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

😂 #SacredGames2 #SacredGames #Trailer

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While there was time for ‘Sacred Games 2’ hit the web, the match was definitely what most people would be excited about. The match is set to be played at Manchester and the action begins at 3 pm. 

The winner of this clash will play the winner of Australia-England semifinals to be played on Thursday. 

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