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Jaffer trolls Vaughan on Twitter

Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer has been making the headlines quite often for his good sense of humour on social media. Every now and then, he posts a tweet either via meme or by a message. In no time, his tweet spreads like wildfire on Twitter.

In fact, the former cricketer’s hilarious activities on Twitter earned him a separate fan base. Not a long ago, he trolled Sri Lanka fan who was jealous of IPL’s success. Recently, Jaffer took a dig at Sanjay Manjrekar. Now, Michael Vaughan was roasted badly by the former cricketer.

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The Men in Blue channelised their aggression in the right manner after losing the ODI series. They won the first T20I by 11 runs at Manuka Oval in Canberra. Virat Kohli’s side continued to shine again in the second T20I and came out on top much to the hosts’ annoyance.

While Australia were eyeing for a must-win victory at home to stay alive in the series, India had other ideas to counter-attack the hosts. Australia posted 194/5 in their allotted quota of 20 overs. Matthew Wade top-scored for Australia with 58 off 32. Steve Smith scored 46 off 38.

The visitors chased down the target by 6 wickets with two balls remaining. Shikhar Dhawan top-scored for India with 52 off 36. However, it was Hardik Pandya who stole the spotlight with his impressive 42 off 22. Rightly so, he was awarded the man of the match.

Ahead of Australia-India series, former England skipper Michael Vaughan had predicted that Australia would win across formats. Although India lost the ODI series, they got back on track and proved him wrong by sealing the T20I series.

Vaughan’s prediction came wrong and as soon as India won the T20I series, Wasim Jaffer savagely trolled him. The former India opener posted a meme on Twitter that went viral on social media.

The third and final T20I will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground on December 8. India will be looking forward to whitewashing the hosts. On the other hand, Australia will play for pride in the dead rubber.

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