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Fan teases Wasim Jaffer on Twitter; former cricketer gives an apt reply

Team India stunned Australia and the cricket fraternity after a magnificent win at The Gabba. Ajinkya Rahane & Co breached the fortress with a 3-wicket victory as Australia lost their first Test at this venue after 32 years.

Fan teases Wasim Jaffer on Twitter; former cricketer gives an apt reply

Rishabh Pant was named the man of the match for his unbeaten 89* (8 fours, 2 sixes). Shubman Gill scored a staggering 91 at the top while Cheteshwar Pujara scored 56. With this famous win in Brisbane, India won the Test series by 2-1.

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This is also India’s second Test series victory in Australian soil. Following a historic Test series victory over Australia, fans from all across the nation rejoiced the victory. Fans poured in with wishes for Team India and congratulated them.

Meanwhile, former Indian opener Wasim Jaffer took this as an opportunity to troll the Australian cricket team. “So what’s gonna be the excuse this time? Ponting, McGrath, and Warne weren’t playing? #AUSvsIND,” Jaffer hilariously trolled the Australian team.

Jaffer’s tweet spread like wildfire on social media as it was liked by almost 1 lakh people and also received around 10,000 replies. Meanwhile, one of his followers mocked him on his post by asking him how many Test matches he represented India in his entire career.

“@WasimJaffer14 How many test you played for India ?(Rolling on the floor laughing emoji) have you ever think,” the user wrote.

Jaffer came up with an apt reply to the user and wrote: “I might have played just 31 tests my friend, but when I see the Indian team play I feel like I’m playing with them. And I’m sure a billion+ people feel the same.”

 

Jaffer is one of the legendary cricketers of Indian domestic cricket. He scored more than 19,410 runs in the first-class career where he scored 91 fifties and 57 fifties to his name with a batting average of 50.7. He registered his best score of 314* for Mumbai against Saurashtra in Ranji Trophy tournament.

The former Indian cricketer represented Team India in 31 Tests wherein he scored 1944 runs at a batting average of 34.1. He scored 5 centuries and 11 fifties to his name. He registered his best score of 212 against West Indies.

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