Wasim Jaffer trolls Zaheer Khan on having ‘better bowling figures’



Wasim Jaffer, known for his sharp comical inclination on Twitter, has not saved his previous Team India partner Zaheer Khan.

Zaheer Khan brought up that Rohit Sharma has won the throw on each of the three events since assuming control over the captaincy from Virat Kohli in the T20I design. Under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, India winning the throw was not something normal, but rather Rohit Sharma had a 100 percent record during India’s 3-0 success over New Zealand in the as of late closed T20I series.

Khan took to Twitter expressed, “Still can’t completely accept that India won three out of three throws in the new series. Did the coins have a mysterious chip, very much like the money notes? Simply joking, would you be able to review all the more such uncommon minutes? PS: Only Cricketers can reply”Zaheer Khan thought of an amusing reaction and posted a screen capture of a scoreboard, and expressed: “Similarly uncommon is Zaheer Khan outscoring Wasim Jaffer in not one but rather the two innings of a test match!”

Jaffer speedily reacted with another tweet, he said: “Wasim Jaffer doesn’t get to bowl each test however Zaheer Khan will bat (pretty much) every test.”The first of England’s Ashes warm-ups was deserted after just 29 overs were conceivable in the three-day visit match between the two visiting sides.

Tireless downpour and tempests confined play on Tuesday and guaranteed no play was conceivable on Wednesday or Thursday among England and the England Lions at Peter Burge Oval in Brisbane’s bayside rural areas.

The England crew has one more inside visit match booked from next Tuesday at Ian Healy Oval in Brisbane before the five-test Ashes series begins Dec. 8 at the Gabba.

With more downpour on the gauge for ahead of schedule one week from now, there’s the possibility that England’s headliners Joe Root and Ben Stokes could begin the main test with practically no training in match conditions.

Állrounder Stokes hasn’t played a test match since March. His last round of any type of cricket was in July, with wounds and time away from the game for psychological wellness reasons keeping him on the sidelines.Stokes was in the principal gathering of England cricketers who showed up in Brisbane on Nov. 6 to start a 14-day quarantine at an extravagance Gold Coast resort. The rest of the crew, including Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler, showed up after England’s elimination round misfortune to New Zealand at the Twenty20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

The wet climate could likewise influence Australia’s arrangements, with a three-day intra-crew match booked for Peter Burge Oval from next Wednesday set to decide the last make-up of the home side for the Gabba test.

Australia holds the Ashes, having succeeded at home in 2017-18 and holding the urn when the 2019 series in England was drawn.

The Australians are falling off a triumph in the Twenty20 World Cup yet have had restricted groundwork for long-structure cricket and are unsure over who will lead the test group. Commander Tim Paine quit last week after subtleties were distributed of an instant message outrage from four years prior. His substitution is set to be reported not long from now.