Wasim Jaffer Gives Appropriate Response to Fan Who Mocks His Trial Career | Fan mocked Wasim Jaffer’s career and got proper response

New Delhi: Former Team India opener Wasim Jaffer is often known for his pomp and daring style. He is very active on social networks. This time he gave a worthy response to the fanatic fanatic. We tell you sequentially what happened.

Jafar commentary on the test series victory

After Team India scored a historic victory in the test series in Brisbane, Jaffer then commented on Australian cricket experts and said: ‘So what’s the excuse this time Ricky Ponting, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne don’t was not playing.

So what will be the excuse this time? Ponting, McGrath and Warne weren’t playing? #AUSvsIND

– Wasim Jaffer (@ WasimJaffer14) January 19, 2021

Why did Jafar say this?

Wasim Jaffer said this because when Team India first won the test series in Australia in 2018-19, it was said that the Kangaroo team was playing without Steve Smith and David Warner, so India won this A been achieved. But this time the situation was difficult, but India succeeded.

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Fans have tightened up on Jafar

A cricketer fan named Shivam Ambasana may not have liked Wasim Jaffer’s speech. This user taunted the former cricketer and said, “How many test matches you have played for India. Have you ever thought, I laugh.

Jafar gave an appropriate response

@ WasimJaffer14 How many tests have you performed for India?

– SHIVAM AMBASANA (@Ambasana_shivam) January 20, 2021

Jaffer gave Shivam an appropriate response, saying, “I only played 31 test matches, but when I see the Indian team playing it seems like I’m playing with them myself, and I think more a billion people would feel the same.

I might have only played 31 tests on my friend, but when I see the Indian team playing, I feel like playing with them. And I’m sure a billion people feel the same way. https://t.co/cGvIAQWzVB

– Wasim Jaffer (@ WasimJaffer14) January 20, 2021