Dan Walker: BBC Breakfast star makes hilarious announcement during Cricket World Cup final

Dan Walker: BBC Breakfast star makes hilarious announcement during Cricket World Cup final

Commenting on England’s performance during the tense, game, Dan, 42 made a funny announcement to his 571,000 followers. In what some termed as one of the greatest World Cup games of all time, Dan admitted his nerves as England came close to losing the final. In the tweet, Dan wrote: “Ahhh, the heart has gone.”

Such was the tense nature of the game that Dan had tweeted throughout the match referencing his extreme nervousness.

Earlier in the day, Dan had also admitted that his “stomach hurt” while watching not just the World Cup final but also the Roger Federer’s match against Novak Djokovic.

Furthermore, Dan had also tweeted out a Gif showing a woman struggling to contain her emotions as he watched the cricket.

After a tense end to the innings, England and New Zealand went into what is termed a “Super Over” to decide the winner.

Following the trend of the day, the final went to the wire with England winning by one run.

With the game decided, Dan then tweeted out announcing his joy at the end of the match.

Dan added: “We’ve done it!

“World Champions!

“What a final. Well played New Zealand but brilliant from England.

“Seven weeks of cricket comes down to the basics, a throw to the keeper, perfectly executed.”

Such was the emotive nature of the tweet that Dan received 4,900 likes.

Ahead of the World Cup match, Dan had also watched England demolish Australia in the semi-final.

While watching England’s stunning victory over Australia during the Cricket World Cup, Dan gave his support for who his dream Prime Minister would be.

Tweeting during the game, Dan began by stating: “Chris Woakes for Prime Minister.”

Woakes was one of the heroes of England win after taking three wickets, including two vital scalps as Eoin Morgan’s men got off to a blistering start.

After posting a measly 223 runs, England began their chase in excellent style.

BBC Breakfast airs on BBC One at 6am.

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