Wasim Jaffer brutally trolls Michael Vaughan for the tweet “92 all out India” while Australia pounds England to ashes, sports news

Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer is known as the “Meme King” on Twitter for his hilarious tweets and memes about the latest happenings in cricket. Jaffer often manages to tickle the hilarious bones of cricket fans with his hilarious and witty take on the game.

Jaffer isn’t afraid to have fun with others either, and has seen a major rivalry on social media with former England captain Michael Vaughan. While the two have competed against each other a few times during their game for their respective countries, Vaughan and Jaffer have kept the off-field rivalry alive.

On Tuesday, Jaffer scrutinized and brutally trolled Vaughan for one of his old tweets mocking the Indian cricket team after Australia beat England with an innings and 14 runs in the third Test of the Ashes of 2021-22. Australia pooled England for a meager 68 runs in their second innings to claim a massive win in just three days.

Jaffer didn’t miss the opportunity to survey Vaughan after England’s defeat when he went on Twitter to share a video of himself viewing an old tweet from Vaughan that read, “92 All of India … Can’t believe that any team these days would be thrown for under 100 !!!!!! “.

Vaughan had tweeted this back in 2019 after India was bundled for 89 runs in an ODI against New Zealand.

Check out Wasim Jaffer’s tweet:

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It was another disappointing England Batters show as the guests suffered another terrible breakdown in their second innings. Skipper Joe Root had the highest score with 28 balls out of 59, while only two batter managed to get into double digits.

Debutant Scott Boland impressed for Australia when he picked up a six-wicket hul during England’s second innings to run through the visiting line-up and get the hosts to a convincing win. Australia have won Ashes in 2021-22 and kept the urn with three straight wins in the five-game series.