IND vs ENG: Wasim Jaffer trolls Michael Vaughan with a HILARIOUS enchantment to UK PM Rishi Sunak | Cricket Information
Group India play England within the all-important T20 World Cup 2022 conflict at Adelaide Oval on November 10. Forward of the match, former Indian opener Wasim Jaffer took a dig at Ex England captain Michael Vaughan by bringing within the new-appointed UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. After the toss happened within the India vs England match, Jos Buttler introduced that Mark Wooden had been dominated out of the semi-final match on account of an damage. Vaughan then wrote on his Twitter that India are actually favourites to win the match. Jaffer took a swipe at Vaughan for this tweet.
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Jaffer tweeted: “Hello @RishiSunak! Kindly request you to place a cell sign jammer in Yorkshire for subsequent few hours. I am certain it’s going to be seen as a goodwill gesture in direction of India. Thanks.” Vaughan had written: “Large blow for England .. Wooden not match .. !! India are actually favourites.”
Take a look at Jaffer and Vaughan’s trade under:
Hello @RishiSunak! Kindly request you to place a cell sign jammer in Yorkshire for subsequent few hours. I am certain it’s going to be seen as a goodwill gesture in direction of India. Thanks ___ #INDvENG #T20WorldCup https://t.co/pxohSGNKHT
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) November 10, 2022
A win for India will take them into remaining the place Babar Azam’s Pakistan await them on the MCG for a conflict at MCG on November 13 (Sunday). Rohit Sharma misplaced the toss and England requested them to bat first on used wicket at Adelaide. KL Rahul fell early for simply 5 off 5 balls, failing in one more massive conflict of the T20 World Cup. Onus can be on in-form Virat Kohli and Surykumar Yadav to take India to a great whole. In the identical means, captain Rohit Sharma too can be below strain to attain massive as he has been out of shape on this World Cup. Indian bowlers will even must step up to make sure they defend no matter whole India placed on the board.