India vs England: Download WhatsApp stickers to celebrate the T20 World Cup semifinals


India will face England in the semi-finals of the ICC T20 World Cup at Adelaide Oval today. Ahead of the big Ind vs Eng clash today, fans of both cricket teams are excited and hoping their favorite teams reach the final of the T20 World Cup. India’s arch-rival Pakistan has already reached the final by beating New Zealand. Cricket enthusiasts around the world are eager to see another match between India and Pakistan in this T20 World Cup because the matches between the two countries always make your heart beat faster. But to meet Pakistan in the final, India must beat England in today’s semi-final. Even though India’s T20 World Cup semi-final is in Australia, you can still enjoy and support the team through WhatsApp stickers. In recent years, WhatsApp stickers have emerged as the prominent way to express what you are feeling and thanks to Google Play Store, it is not difficult to get WhatsApp stickers for the right occasion.

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If you want to know how to download and send Ind vs Eng T20 T20 World Cup semifinal stickers on WhatsApp, you can follow the steps below.

  1. Open the Google Play Store app on your Android smartphone.
  2. Use the search bar at the top and search for ‘Team India’ stickers.
  3. Go to the sticker app you like and tap install.
  4. Tap Open once it’s downloaded.
  5. Choose the sticker app you want to use by tapping the ‘+’ icon or the ‘Add’ button.
  6. Open the WhatsApp app on your smartphone.
  7. Open the chat where you want to share the sticker.
  8. Tap the emoji icon.
  9. Tap the sticker icon next to the GIF button.
  10. Tap the sticker you want to share.

Apple does not allow iPhone users to add stickers through third-party apps. To use India vs England stickers on WhatsApp, iPhone users can ask Android smartphone users to share some stickers for further sharing.

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