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Two cricket fans have become overnight internet sensations thanks to their viral TikTok videos where they recreate some of the most legendary commentary moments.
With the Ashes well underway, Aussie duo Miles and Archie have dedicated their channel to hilarious impressions of cricket commentators.
And to be fair to the blokes, they've absolutely nailed every single one.
the tiktok boys have already done a Boland vid... enjoy pic.twitter.com/n7fOAQwVrb- Sophie Welsh (@soph_welsh) December 28, 2021
It all started with a recreation of Mitchell Starc's famous first ball wicket at The Gabba to dismiss Rory Burns.
The pair then started getting requests from fellow TikTok users urging them to mock up some classic one-liners from the commentary box too.
So, naturally, next on the list was James Brayshaw's iconic reaction to Ryan Harris getting Alastair Cook for a golden duck back in 2013.
Then Peter Siddle's hat-trick on his birthday call got its own video, which was then followed by a clip dedicated to Mitchell Johnson's "pace... real pace" ball.
The facial expressions are everything- Cricket Shouts (@crickshouts) December 26, 2021
via TikTok/shepmates pic.twitter.com/My9mBg6zrC
Their most popular video, which now has well over half-a-million views on TikTok alone, was Scott Boland's recent six-fer for just seven runs to help Australia retain the Ashes.
"Boland's got sic at the G! Build the man a statue!"
But perhaps Miles and Archie best clip was their most recent one depicting a classic case of the commentator's curse during an exchange on the microphone between Shane Warne and Mark Nicholas.
From the funny looks they give each other to the inch-perfect lip syncing, the pair have left cricket fans in stitches through this Ashes series - even some winless Pommy fans can't help but have a little giggle.
The love they get in the comments sections is great to see too.
Keep up the great work, boys!
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/shepmates
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