Miracle, miracle: Twitter thanks Netherlands as Pakistan qualifies for the semis

Miracle, miracle: Twitter thanks Netherlands as Pakistan qualifies for the semis

Twitter is a platform that lets you share short messages with your followers. It can be used for various purposes, but one of its most popular uses is to stay up to date on the latest news. And this past weekend, newsworthy events took place worldwide, but something miraculous happened in the Netherlands.

Pakistan qualified for the semi-finals of the World Cup, thanks in part to a spectacular performance by their batters. Twitter was abuzz with tweets celebrating this amazing feat, and many users took to the platform to thank the Netherlands for their help. The Netherlands’ Prime Minister Mark Rutte even responded to one such tweet, thanking Pakistan for their “miracle” and wishing them the best in the semi-finals. Twitter is a powerful tool; its reach extends far beyond international news. Whether you’re trying to celebrate a global event or keep up with what’s happening in your local community, Twitter is an excellent way to do so.

The Netherlands beats Luxembourg 5-3 in a controversial match to proceed to the semi-finals.

In an intense and controversial match, the Netherlands beat Luxembourg 5-3 to qualify for the semi-finals of Euro 2016. The third goal of Ronald Koeman’s team was questionable as it appeared to be offside, yet referee Bjorn Kuipers managed to give it a good goal.

Pakistan knocked out defending champions Spain in the other semi-final, creating an all-Pakistani final against Belgium. As such, Twitter thanked the Netherlands for their victory and helped ensure that Pakistan made it to their first-ever major tournament final.

Twitter thanks the Netherlands for their help in Pakistan’s qualifying

After a hard-fought campaign, Pakistan has qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. And, as fate would have it, their opponents will be the Netherlands.

The Netherlands secured the top spot in their group with four points from three matches, while Pakistan finished second with only one point less. It was a very close competition, and only through sheer luck did the Dutch edge out Pakistan by two points.

Pakistan’s last match against Ireland ended in a draw, meaning they needed a victory against the Netherlands to seal their place in the semi-finals. However, things didn’t start well for them as they were forced to field an emergency bowler due to an injury suffered by regular spinner Shadab Khan. This led to some nervy moments for both sides, but eventually, Pakistan pulled through and won by 35 runs.

This is great news, and we are so proud of our team! Well done, Pakistan!


Twitter was abuzz with tweets about the Netherlands qualifying for the semis of the World Cup on Tuesday, as Pakistan did earlier in the day. The Dutch got their goal from Memphis Depay in the 90th minute to edge past Algeria 1-0, sending them into Thursday’s quarterfinals. Interestingly, both teams had 0 goals scored through regulation and extra time (Algeria went out on penalties).

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