Wasim Jaffer brutally trolls Michael Vaughan after Afghanistan beat England in ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
Former Indian opener Wasim Jaffer took a dig at Michael Vaughan following England’s loss to Afghanistan in ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
Afghanistan have thumped England back into the ground after a memorable 69-run win in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. A spirited performance from their spin bowling attack decimated England at Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium in Delhi. Mujeeb Ur Rahman has emerged as a hero for the Afghans against defending champions England with his magnificent effort in spin bowling. This is Afghanistan’s second win in the history of ICC Cricket World Cup.
Away from the action in Delhi, there is always a match between two former batters. Former Indian batter Wasim Jaffer and English captain Michael Vaughan always tease each other on social media with direct tweets about each other. Afghanistan’s victory against 2019 World Cup champions England gave a golden opportunity to Former Indian opener Jaffer to troll Vaughan with a brutal tweet.
Jaffer brutally trolls Vaughan
Wasim Jaffer immediately put out a tweet to call Michael Vaughan with a video on Twitter to troll the former English skipper. Jaffer gave a call to Vaughan for a reaction after England’s second loss in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India. Jaffer tweeted, “Hope, you are ok.”
England lost their opening fixture against New Zealand in Ahmedabad and now after a loss against Afghanistan, they are in a bit of trouble in their campaign.
Afghanistan registered their second win in a World Cup game after eight long years. They defeated Scotland in the 2015 World Cup by just 1 wicket to get their maiden World Cup win. Now after a long wait, they have finally got their second win in the tournament’s history. Afghanistan will be playing their next game against New Zealand at Chepauk in Chennai. They will be expected to replicate this performance more often in the ongoing mega event.
England failed to chase down 285 runs against the Afghans in Delhi. Mujeeb Ur Rahman (3 Wickets), Rashid Khan (3 Wickets), and Mohammad Nabi (2 Wickets) put England in trouble. English batters looked a bit under-confident while facing Afghanistan spinners and lost most of their wickets while playing on the backfoot. England will be playing their next league game against South Africa in Mumbai on 21st October.