Wasim Jaffer Trolled Former England Captain Michael Vaughan On Twitter And Remembered The 2007 Series

Wasim Jaffer On Twitter: Laughter continues on Twitter between former...

Wasim Jaffer On Twitter: Laughter continues on Twitter between former Indian opener Wasim Jaffer and former England captain Michael Vaughan. Actually, both the players have become very famous for their style on Twitter after their game on the field. Now former Indian player Wasim Jaffer has shared a photo on Twitter. This photo is from the year 2007. When the Indian team is posing with the trophy on the Lords ground after winning the Test series under the leadership of Rahul Dravid.

Jaffer trolled Vaughn in this way

Actually, by posting this photo, Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer tried to troll former England captain Michael Vaughan, but where was Vaughan going to stop. Michael Vaughan replied to that tweet asking whether Wasim Jaffer has come to Lord’s to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his first Test wicket. Significantly, Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer is the first Test wicket of former England captain Michael Vaughan. After which Wasim Jaffer, while replying to Michael Vaughan, wrote that he had come to celebrate the 15th anniversary of India’s 1-0 Test series defeat to England at his home in 2007.

The fifth test will be played from July 5

It is worth noting that last year the Indian team came to play a series of 5 Test matches against England, but due to Corona infection, only 4 matches could be played. Now the Indian team has gone on a tour of England to play the remaining 1 Test. The fifth and last match of the series will be played from July 5. If the Indian team is successful in winning this match or getting a draw, then the series will take its name. Actually, the Indian team has not won a series in England since 2007. The Indian team won the series by defeating England 1-0 in the year 2007. The captain of the Indian team in that series was Rahul Dravid, while the captain of the England team was Michael Vaughan. .

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