Wasim Jaffer Tweets Brutally Trolls Michael Vaughan Following England’s Meek Surrender

Wasim Jaffer Tweets Brutally Trolls Michael Vaughan Following England’s Meek Surrender

Following England’s humiliation at the MCG. Former India cricketer Wasim mocked Vaughan for a tweet he sent in 2019.

England were completely annihilated by Australia. At the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday. Moreover, as the hosts ruthlessly retained the Ashes urn. The English team was heavily chastised after their meek surrender. Which also, saw them dismissed for 68 in the second innings as Australia romped to an innings and 14-run victory in Melbourne. Former India cricketer Jaffer used the opportunity to mock ex-England captain Michael Vaughan for a tweet he posted in 2019.

When In 2019, India were bowled out for 92 in Hamilton by a rampant. New Zealand side, with Trent Boult taking a stunning five-wicket haul. Vaughan had tweeted at the time: “All over India, there are 92… I can’t believe any team would be bowled out for less than a hundred these days!!!!!!”

After England surrendered for 68 at the MCG, Vaughan’s post came back to haunt him.

On Tuesday, Jaffer posted a video of himself with a huge grin and thumbs up, with the tweet at the bottom of the screen.

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Wasim Jaffer Tweets also Brutally Trolls Michael Vaughan tweet quickly went viral

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In addition, It was a total humiliation for England in every way. Also, Only two batters, Ben Stokes (11) and Joe Root (28), reached double figures as Scott Boland racked up the runs at the MCG.

The hosts’ charge was led by the Australian debutant, who took six wickets in four overs while conceding only seven runs. Mitchell Starc, who took three wickets in the second innings, was also outstanding, including an unplayable delivery to Stokes.

Moreover, With Australia retaining the Ashes in convincing fashion, the final two Tests of the five-match series become a formality. But England will undoubtedly be looking to reclaim some pride after a disastrous year in the longest format of the game.

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