As Pakistan faltered at each step of the World Cup, it was Nasir Jamshed who truly understood and expressed what millions of Pakistanis at home and abroad were feeling.

No, we do not mean Pakistan’s ill-fated 28-years-old batsman Nasir Jamshed; rather, his “slightly rotund...slightly bitter" parody account on Twitter.

Jamshed, the parody, has tweeted a truly hilarious (often outrageous) blow by blow imagining of what has taken place — from the Pakistan dressing room, to out in the field.

Right from the plane ride over, Jamshed had us hooked.

While there were occasional potshots at other teams...

...the major focus of Jamshed's parody has been Team Green.

Jamshed kept us updated on his condition off the field...

...while also justifying some of his (many) failings.

At some points, the parody feels incredibly real (and painful). Just moments after Jamshed gets out...

And the naive optimism against West Indies was both cruel, and poignant.

Tweets related to pre-Zimbabwe preparation were equally cutting...

And then Jamshed took to the field against Zimbabwe, for the briefest of moments.

Followed by...

Drawing tears of frustration and laughter when...

Naturally Jamshed has clear views on who he thinks should be Pakistan’s player of the tournament.

And a healthy fear of (imagined) Waqar...

In all, it is (parody) Jamshed's naive, mostly obtuse, yet nuanced take on live matches that have catapulted him to over 35,000 avid followers.

And finally...