IND vs ENG: Former Indian player Wassim Jaffer trolls the England squad by sharing a photo on Twitter | Ind vs Eng: Wasim Jaffer mocked England for the pitch again, shared this funny twit

New Delhi: The final match of the four-game series between India and England will be played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. There is a lot of talk about how the pitch will be in this game. Meanwhile, former Indian batsman Wasim Jaffer once again mocked the England team on the pitch. Jaffer has loved the England team very much throughout this series.

Now what did Jafar say?

Wasim Jaffer laughed at him this time sharing a photo of the England squad. In this photo, England captain Joe Root, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood, Johnny Bairstow and team assistant coach Paul Collingwood watch the pitch at Modi Stadium. In this photo, the faces of the England players look very serious, as Jafar (Wasim Jaffer) has speculated on the conversation between them.

Broad: I guess my tour is over then.
Wood: At least you played brother.
Bairstow: Where am I flat ?!
Colly: Oh, is this one going to become harmless?
Racine: Ah shit, here we are again .. # INDvsENG

– Wasim Jaffer (@ WasimJaffer14) March 3, 2021

Why is there a dispute on the ground?

Criticism of the pitch at Narendra Modi Stadium began after the end of the third test between India and England (IND vs ENG). England and many legends around the world believe the Modi Stadium pitch was not good for test cricket. The list includes former English captain Michael Vaughan, David Lloyd, Yuvraj Singh, Inzamam-ul-Haq. In fact, India beat England by 10 wickets in two days in the third test, after which the pitch was criticized.

England bow to Ashwin and Akshar

In the third test, the England team failed to play Indian spin bowling. Indian duo Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) won 18 of England’s 20 wickets in this match. Akshar took 11 wickets in that game, while Ashwin fired 7 England batsmen. England lost the game before matchday two was over.

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