Wasim Jaffer sends netizens into frenzy by sharing a hilarious meme ahead of T20 WC final clash
Jaffer doesn't leave any chance to make a hilarious analysis of the situation.
Updated - Nov 14, 2021 11:03 am
Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer is one person on social media who doesn’t leave even a single chance to take a dig at the situation or come up with a hilarious analysis on any given matter. As New Zealand and Australia are all set to square off against each other in the final of T20 WC 2021, Jaffer has bounced back with yet another hilarious meme.
Jaffer took to his Twitter to share a meme where he is being confused about whom to support between NZ and Australia for the final. The pic says that Kangaroos have always been arch-rivals for India while Kiwis have given them a lot of pain in the recent ICC events.
The former cricketer referred to New Zealand in a way that they have been causing too many troubles for India in the recent past. Firstly, the Blackcaps defeated the men in blue in the semi-final of the ODI World Cup of 2019 and it was followed by their victory over Virat Kohli and his men in the final of WTC 2019-2021.
Wasim Jaffer turns his usual sarcastic mode on
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) November 14, 2021
In the latest turn of events, in a way, NZ blocked India’s chances of making it to the semi-final of T20 WC 2021. However, it remains to be seen how the two teams would go about their business in the final event. A new champion of T20 WC is surely on cards as both the teams haven’t won in this format.
While Australia have completely dominated the ODI World Cups, they are yet to get their hands on T20 WC silverware. Talking about New Zealand, they haven’t been successful even once in ODI World Cups and if they win, it would be their first T20 WC as well.
Australia reached the semi-final by defeating Pakistan in an amazing manner by five wickets. On the other hand, New Zealand scripted their way to the finale by upsetting England in the semis. Kane Williamson’s captaincy has become a huge point of appreciation as NZ’s consistency in the last few years is seeing them touch new highs.