Former Indian batter and domestic legend, Wasim Jaffer and former England captain, Michael Vaughan is social media rivals. Both Jaffer and Vaughan are well-known on social media, particularly Twitter. While Jaffer is renowned for providing humorous memes, Vaughan keeps followers amused by tweeting his contentious thoughts on numerous game-related subjects. Let’s discuss Jaffer Hilarious Troll
On Sunday, the two senior cricketers were back at it on social media, with Vaughan repeating his comment about the final of the first World Test Championship. Furthermore, India and New Zealand will face off in the World Test Championship from June 18 to 22 in Southampton.
With the final only a few days away, Vaughan turned to his official Twitter account to praise the Black Caps. The former captain praised the Kiwis as a world-class side and predicted that they will win the final against India. New Zealand defeated England comfortably in the second Test match of the two-match series, following Vaughan’s tweet.
“NZ are a high-class team .. Read the situation with the Bat in hand, skillful with the ball & catch brilliantly .. Really fancy them to beat India next week .. #ENGvNZ,” Vaughan tweeted.
Wasim Jaffer, an active Twitter user, took notice of the English senior’s statement and humorously trolled him with a well-known meme. Jaffer reposted a meme that said, “Tera kaam ho gaya, tu ja (your work is done, you can go)” in response to Vaughan’s post. The Twitterati were so taken aback by Jaffer’s response that they flooded the comment area with laughing emojis.
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) June 13, 2021
Summary of ENG vs NZ Test series
The first Test between New Zealand and England at Lord’s concluded in a draw after the third day was wiped away by rain. The second Test match at Edgbaston began with Joe Root, the hosts’ captain, requesting the Kiwis to field first. England batted first and scored a respectable total of 303 runs.
The visitors scored 388 runs in the second innings in response to England’s 303. Trent Boult and Matt Henry raced down the opposition’s batting order to take three wickets each in the third innings, making it a disaster for the hosts. England were dismissed for 122, setting a target of 38 runs for New Zealand.
The visitors comfortably achieved the target, winning by eight wickets. The series was likewise won by New Zealand, 1-0.