‘Tera kaam ho gaya, tu ja’ – Wasim Jaffer trolls Michael Vaughan for backing New Zealand to win the WTC final
With the final just a couple of days away, Vaughan took to his official Twitter handle to lavish praises on the Black Caps.
Updated - Jun 14, 2021 9:40 am
Former Indian batter and domestic legend Wasim Jaffer and former England skipper Michael Vaughan are social media frenemies. Both Jaffer and Vaughan are popular faces on social media, especially on Twitter. While Jaffer is known for sharing hilarious memes, Vaughan keeps the fans entertained by posting his controversial views on the various topics related to the game.
The two veteran cricketers were again engaged in social media banter on Sunday as Vaughan kept forward his statement regarding the final of the inaugural edition of the World Test Championship. Notably, India and New Zealand will lock horns against each other in the World Test Championship from June 18 to 22 at Southampton.
With the final just a couple of days away, Vaughan took to his official Twitter handle to lavish praises on the Black Caps. The former skipper hailed the Kiwis as a high-class team and backed them to emerge victorious in the final against India. Vaughan’s tweet came after New Zealand registered a comfortable win against England in the second Test match of the two-match series.
“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, who is quite active on Twitter, took note of the statement made by the English veteran and hilariously trolled him using a famous meme. Quoting Vaughan’s tweet, Jaffer shared a meme that read, “Tera kaam ho gaya, tu ja (your work is done, you can go).” The reply given by Jaffer left the Twitterati in splits as they flooded the comment section with laughing emojis.
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) June 13, 2021
A summary of England vs New Zealand Test series
The first Test between New Zealand and England at the Lord’s ended in a draw as the rain washed out the third day of the game. The second Test match at Edgbaston commenced with host skipper Joe Root inviting the Kiwis to field first. Batting first, England managed to post a decent total of 303 runs on the scoreboard.
In reply to England’s 303, the visitors racked up 388 runs in the second innings. The third innings was nothing less than a nightmare for the hosts as Trent Boult and Matt Henry ran through the opposition’s batting order to pick three wickets each. England crumbled at 122 and gave New Zealand a target of 38 runs.
The visitors easily completed the target to register a victory by eight wickets. NZ also won the series by 1-0.