The World’s First Meme Museum in Hong Kong has now featured Pakistan cricket fan Muhammad Sarim Akhtar, whose memorable furious outburst during a Pakistan vs Australia World Cup match went viral.
London-based Sarim turned to Twitter to post a photo of his meme, which was recently shown in a Hong Kong museum. “I got featured in the Hong Kong Museum of memes. Yoohoo,,” his post’s caption reads.
I got featured in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 museum of memes 🎉 yohooo 🤩😍 pic.twitter.com/uQ8GL0s7l7
— Sarim Akhtar (@msarimakhtar) July 31, 2021
When cricketer Asif Ali dropped David Warner’s catch off a Wahab Riaz ball during the ICC World Cup versus Australia in 2019, Akhtar’s unhappy expression went viral on social media.
During the live telecast of Pakistan’s World Cup match against Australia in 2019, he was photographed standing unhappy with both hands on his waist. It subsequently went viral, making Akhtar an internet star all over the world.
⏪12th June 2019, @cricketworldcup
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 12, 2021