Former batsman Wasim Jaffer often remains in the headlines due to his statements on social media. Former cricketers, who are very serious during cricket, live in discussions every day due to some post or tweet. In such a situation, now he remains the headline in the cricket corridors due to a funny comment made on a post by R Ashwin. Do you know the whole matter through this news…
Jaffer again robbed the hearts of fans with his funny style
In fact, Punjab Kings batting coach Wasim Jaffer keeps on posting memes or any cricketer, giving funny reply to the fans. In this connection, he has now given a great reply to the tweet of Team India’s star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. After seeing this, the fans are also engaged in commenting fiercely on it.
It was only on Friday, when R Ashwin posted a picture through his official Twitter account today. In this picture, team’s batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is also seen with the bowler. Both are seen having a deep discussion on some issue. Through this picture, Ashwin has given a task to the fans and asked them to find out what the two cricketers are talking about.
Former cricketer replied to this tweet of R Ashwin
Yes, Ashwin wrote in the caption of the picture that, ‘The reward will be for guessing what Pujara is telling me here.’ As soon as this post went viral and reached Wasim Jaffer, then where was the former cricketer going to stop. He immediately told everything together in style, what Pujara is saying to Ashwin.
Although there were many such fans of Ashwin who commented on this post in a funny way. In such a situation, where were the former cricketers going to leave? He decoded this conversation and linked it directly to the films Game of Thrones and Gangs of Wasseypur and created heavy dialogues. Recalling the memories of the 2016 T20 World Cup and the 2019 World Cup, he told that this time Pujara will take revenge for both the tournaments.
Sabka Badla Lega Re Tera White Walker – Former Cricketer
Wasim Jaffer, while replying to Ashwin’s tweet, wrote that, ‘2016 World T20, 2019 World Cup semi-final, Sabka Badla Lega Re Tera White Walker.’ Talking about the year 2016 T20 World Cup and 2019 World Cup, even after performing well, in the end, the team flopped in the semi-finals of both these tournaments and the team had to be out.
Prizes for guessing whatis telling me here! 😂😂
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2016 WT20, 2019 WC semi sabka badla lega re tera White Walker. unbowed, unbent, unbroken
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14)