Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer is the new ‘meme king’ on Twitter. Every now and then, he comes up with hilarious memes or epic replies when a foreigner trolls India. Not a long ago, former England captain Michael Vaughan came up with an early prediction on Australia vs India series.
The former skipper echoed that Australia would beat India convincingly across formats. However, Indian players proved him wrong by winning the T20I series. It was when Jaffer showed his funny side on Twitter. The former cricketer came up with a hilarious meme that went viral on social media.
A couple of days ago, Brad Hogg trolled Indian top-order batsmen by giving them some important tips. However, it looked more like a troll rather than a friendly suggestion. Meanwhile, Jaffer replied to him with an apt reply. His reply won millions of Indian fans’ hearts.
The word ‘meme king’ started trending on Twitter soon after Jaffer’s thug life moments. The former cricketer’s hilarious activities earned him a separate fan base and he is also enjoying it as well. Fans are desperately waiting for another set of memes from Wasim Jaffer.
Sri Lankan fan trolls India; Jaffer shuts him down
The Border Gavaskar Trophy Test series is just a couple of days away from the start. Meanwhile, cricket experts are coming up with playing XIs, opening combinations, and so on. Recently, a Sri Lankan fan trolled India by coming up with a crazy prediction troll.
According to his tweet, India will never win even a single Test and the series will go in favor of Australia. Jaffer who came across the tweet came up with a meme along with a caption. “Is shareef Shane ki Kundli chahiye mujhe” (I want every detail of this brat).
Legend of Indian domestic cricket
Wasim Jaffer was a classic Indian cricketer in his heydays. He used to open the innings for India in Tests. The veteran scored 1944 runs in Test cricket, scoring 5 centuries, 11 fifties, and 2 double centuries. He maintained a batting average of 34.11.
Jaffer is the highest run-scorer in the Ranji Trophy tournament. He scored more than 12000 runs and went on to become one of the legends of Indian domestic cricket. In the initial days of his cricketing career, he hogged the limelight by scoring a triple hundred in his second game.
His glorious domestic knock helped him receive a Test cap in the 2000 home series against South Africa. He didn’t impress the selectors on his debut. However, he cemented his place 6 years later with a fantastic comeback versus England.
The right-handed batsman scored 81 followed by a brilliant century against England in Nagpur. The experienced campaign hit his first double hundred against West Indies at St John’s.
Even though the game ended in a draw, he drew praises for his scintillating 212, which is his best score in Test cricket. The 42-year-old bid adieu to his domestic cricket career in March 2020.
He began his new venture as a batting coach for the Bangladesh cricket team. The veteran was named as Uttarakhand coach for the 2020-21 domestic season in June 2020.