Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer has become an overnight internet sensation since the commencement of Dream11 IPL 2020, all credits to his strong “meme” game. The KXIP batting coach has created an unique set of fan-base because of his witty memes on Twitter. Wasim Jaffer usually has a reply ready for every occasion happening in the world of cricket. The 42-year-old is not afraid to share his views in form of memes even if might lead to some controversies. From trolling cricketers to taking a dig at his own team, Wasim Jaffer has been successfully tickling the funny bones of cricketing fans.
Wasim Jaffer Trolls Cricket Australia
Wasim Jaffer recently took a sly jab on Cricket Australia when CA’s official Twitter account posted a small clip of a Question And Answer (Q&A) session between Indian captain Virat Kohli and Australia’s star Steve Smith. The post read “Ahead of the Vodafone Test series, the two best batsmen in the world sat down for a special Q&A…Stay tuned for the full chat! #AUSvIND,”
In the video, both the batting greats can be seen indulging into a Q&A’s round with each other. Virat Kohli and Steve Smith spoke about different phases in their cricketing careers and how they overcame obstacles to reach the pinnacle of world cricket. It was a total treat for the cricket fans as two of the finest players of this era came together to talk about the sports they love.
However, Wasim Jaffer had a comical approach about the Smith-Kohli video. Jaffer replied to Cricket Australia’s post with a meme from the famous Hindi movie “Hera Pheri”. The meme read “Views kha chakkar Babu bhaiyya”. Jaffer clearly wanted to convey that Cricket Australia bought Kohli and Smith together in a video to get massive views on their YouTube channel.
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) December 15, 2020
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) December 16, 2020
Australia will be up against India in the first out of the four Test match in Adelaide on Thursday December 17. Virat Kohli will only be available for the first Test match as he will be returning to India for the birth of his first child. Indians will be motivated to retain the “Border Gavaskar” series while Australians will be seeking revenge for their 2018 defeat.