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If Cricket Teams Were Students

Comparing WC teams with Academic Performance

If Cricket Teams Were Students

If Cricket Teams Were Students
If Cricket Teams Were Students
ICC Cricket World Cup Season is On. Being one of the biggest sporting event of India and the World, we thought about comparing all the famous participating cricket teams based upon their overall performance. Below are few minimal posters, depicting a comparison of these teams in a funny poster series “If Cricket Teams Were Students”.  
If Cricket Teams Were Students
If Cricket Teams Were Students

India — An unpredictable student who either tops or fails miserably and has a rich daddy. Even if he fails the mother covers up by saying ‘Atleast he has better marks than his other classmate called Pakistan’

If Cricket Teams Were Students
If Cricket Teams Were Students

South Africa — A student who tops in units and semesters, but fails in the final exams

If Cricket Teams Were Students
If Cricket Teams Were Students

Pakistan — A student who has the potential of being a topper but spends most of his time fighting and even beating other schoolmates. Either blames the teacher, paper quality of the exam paper, or fellow classmate (India) for his non-performance

If Cricket Teams Were Students
If Cricket Teams Were Students

England — A rare case where the teacher is still a student who has never cleared a final exam

Cricket Teams As Students
Cricket Teams As Students

West Indies — A student who was a topper till 5th grade but currently fails in every exams. Has a tendency of not preparing for the final exams and also leaving midway from the examination hall

Cricket Teams As Students
Cricket Teams As Students

New Zealand — A student who always scores a distinction but never tops the class

Cricket Teams As Students
Cricket Teams As Students

Australia — A student who is always a topper and the biggest bully of the school

Cricket Teams As Students
Cricket Teams As Students
Sri Lanka — A student who suddenly became a potential topper after 5th grade
Thanks,
The Funjabi Munda
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