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Wasim Jaffer Gave An Epic Reply To A Fan Who Tried To Troll Him For Making Memes As ‘India Coach’

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Wasim Jaffer Gave An Epic Reply To A Fan Who Tried To Troll Him For Making Memes As ‘India Coach’:Virat Kohli-led team India had the worst day at work on Saturday during day 3 of the just concluded first test match against the Australian cricket team.

Team India managed to take a lead of 53 runs on Day 2, however, a horrible collapse happened on Day 3 and the Indian batting line-up was bundled-up at 36/9, their lowest Test innings total. The Indian cricket team lost the game by 8 wickets as Australia easily chased down the target of 90 runs

Former Indian cricketer, Wasim Jaffer, who is one of the wittiest persons in the cricket world, had to face the heat on social media. Jaffer has become the favorites of netizens because of his hilarious memes and witty sense of humor. All thanks to his hilarious tweets, Jaffer has become a craze among the fans. His tweets serve as a daily dose of entertainment for fans.

On Saturday, after the Indian cricket team lost the match, former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer took to his Twitter and expressed his disappointment by sharing a meme via his official Twitter handle.

Here, check out his tweet:

The embarrassing loss of team India disappointed the fans and they started brutally trolling and criticizing the Indian cricketers and the team management on social media. Meanwhile, a fan caught notice of Wasim Jaffer’s tweet on India’s defeat and tried to troll, however, he mistook Jaffer as the batting coach of India and criticized him for wasting his time in making memes on Twitter rather than schooling the Indian batsmen. He wrote:

“When the batting coach is busy making memes, what can be expected from the batsmen,”

Wasim Jaffer was quick to notice the tweet and come up with an epic reply to it. In his reply, Wasim cleared that he is not the batting coach of team India. He wrote:

“I’m not the batting coach Mohit.”

Here, check out the tweet:

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