Wasim Jaffer chimed in on his 44th birthday on Wednesday, February 16. Former England captain Michael Vaughan took to his Twitter account to post a cheeky birthday wish. for Jaffer, reminding the former Indian player that he was his maiden test player.
Jaffer, who often uses his sense of humor to counter Vaughan’s digging, trolls him once again with an epic reply. The cricket coach called the 47-year-old a “social media player” when thanking him for the birthday wishes.
Vaughan wrote on Twitter:
“Happy birthday to my first test match player @ WasimJaffer14 !!”
Here’s how Jaffer responded:
“Haha thank you for being my permanent social network wicket.”
Both Vaughan and Jaffer often amuse netizens with their hilarious interactions on social media. The two former cricketers have trolled each other on various occasions, leaving their followers divided in the process.
‘There’s no better way to celebrate’ – Michael Vaughan shares Wasim Jaffer firing video
Vaughan, a part-time player in his game days, outsold Wasim Jaffer in the final innings of England’s match against India at Lord’s in 2002.
The Indian tennis player fought a half-century of hardship in the encounter, but was still defeated by Vaughan in the end. He shared a video of the layoff in which he can be seen celebrating Jaffer’s hit.
Vaughan posted on Twitter:
“Happy Birthday @ WasimJaffer14!!! There’s no better way to celebrate.”
It’s worth mentioning that the English cricketer made an impact with his no-spin bowling again later in the series. In the second test, Vaughan asked for the highly rated scalp of batting conductor Sachin Tendulkar.
The match was a memorable one for the right-hander, as he scored his career best score of 197 on that particular Test. Vaughan has six goals in his Test career from 82 games.
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