'We are focusing on Women’s WC semis' - Michael Vaughan fires back after Wasim Jaffer's dig on England's Test series loss

‘We are focusing on Women’s WC semis’ – Michael Vaughan fires back after Wasim Jaffer’s dig on England’s Test series loss

West Indies thumped England by 10 wickets in the final Test to take away the series that concluded on March 27.

Michael Vaughan and Wasim Jaffer
Michael Vaughan and Wasim Jaffer. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

The banter between Indian former cricketer Wasim Jaffer and former English skipper Michael Vaughan never seems to end. And, it was once again up for fans to see when Joe Root-led England side suffered a humiliating defeat against West Indies in the final game of the Test series. West Indies thumped the visitors by 10 wickets to take away the series and England’s miseries continued in the longest format of the game.

In the same light of events, Jaffer took a dig and referred to Vaughan in his tweet while talking about England’s second innings score in the third Test. It is to be noted that Root and his men got wrapped up on just 120 runs after posting 204 runs in the first innings and Jaffer didn’t let the chance go in vain to mock the side.

However, the former English great was back in the banter while mocking Jaffer over Women’s World Cup scenarios. Indian women lost the nail-biting encounter against South Africa to lose their semi-finals berth on March 27 and Vaughan just pointed out the matter of fact in his tweet.

The banter between Michael Vaughan and Wasim Jaffer goes on

“England 120 all out! What happened @MichaelVaughan was this Extras guy unavailable due to IPL or what? #WIvENG #IPL2022” said Wasim Jaffer after England’s embarrassing defeat against West Indies on March 27.

“Wasim. At the moment we are focusing on the Women’s World Cup semis,” Vaughan replied on Twitter.

Talking of the ongoing Women’s World Cup, Australia, England, West Indies, and South Africa advanced their ways to the semi-finals while India finished at the fifth position after winning three games out of the total seven played. They lost a close affair against SA where Laura Wolvdaart again shined with the bat and Mignon du Preez held her breath till the end to take the SA women over the line.

In terms of the West Indies vs England Test series, the visitors could only put up 120 runs in the second innings of the game wherein the home side had meagre 28 runs as a target to seal the series, which they won by 10 wickets.