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A meme that includes Fawad Alam as an alternative of Jon Snow in an iconic battle scene from the Recreation of Thrones. Photograph: Twitter
  • The long-lasting scene from a well-known GoT episode featured the protagonist Jon Snow dealing with hundreds of advancing warriors alone on the battlefield
  • Fawad has been hailed for his heroic century in opposition to South Africa within the first Karachi Check match
  • Fawad bagged the Participant of the Match award for his gritty century in opposition to the Proteas

A hilarious (however apt) meme of Pakistani left-handed batsman Fawad Alam has been doing the rounds on the web, wherein he has been likened to the present’s central protagonist, Jon Snow. 

Pakistan gained the primary Check match in opposition to South Africa within the ongoing sequence, courtesy a heroic century by Fawad which helped the inexperienced shirts set up a vital lead over the Proteas. 

After the match ended and Pakistan gained the sport, cricket greats and followers each hailed the batsman as a fighter who thrives beneath stress. Nevertheless, one individual on Twitter took it to the subsequent stage with this meme. 

The picture is from the well-known Recreation of Thrones episode wherein Jon Snow, infuriated and dejected on the killing of his brother Rickon Stark, unsheaths his sword and braces for the approaching assault led by hundreds of males on horses. 

Showcasing his wit, a Twitter person changed Jon Snow’s picture with that of Fawad Alam’s, who as an alternative appears to be dealing with the onslaught together with his unorthodox stance. 

One person likened the oncoming assault to former Pakistan cricket stars Ramiz Raja and Inzamam ul Haq and ex-Pakistan cricket crew coach Mickey Arthur. 

Will Fawad Alam proceed his run of kind in opposition to South Africa within the second Check at Rawalpindi (scheduled to start from February 4) or will he tank in opposition to the Proteas tempo assault?

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