'Oye Vaughan, chal Oval me jhaadu laga' - Fans rip apart Michael Vaughan as he shares picture of Jos Buttler with 20-20 World Cup trophy to troll Wasim Jaffer

Wasim Jaffer on Tuesday, March 14 posted a picture of himself with the caption, ‘Hello @MichaelVaughan, long time no see #BANvENG’

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Michael Vaughan and Wasim Jaffer (Source - Twitter)

Michael Vaughan and Wasim Jaffer (Source - Twitter)

Former England captain Michael Vaughan and former Indian cricketer and Bangladesh cricket team coach Wasim Jaffer are often involved in funny banters on social media and troll each other with hilarious replies. The same happened, when Jaffer on Tuesday, March 14 posted a picture of himself with the caption, ‘Hello @MichaelVaughan, long time no see #BANvENG’. This happened after Bangladesh whitewashed England in a three-match T20I series.

However, Vaughan, on the next day, came up with a savage reply as he posted a picture of Jos Buttler holding the 20-20 World Cup 2022 trophy, which they won by defeating Pakistan in the final match of the world cup which was happened last year. He also wrote a caption, ‘Morning Wasim ..’.

Vaughan was in no mood of mercy as he also gave a befitting reply to a cricket fan who asked him about the whitewash England received from the Bangla Tigers.

“They did .. But they are still world champions .. England seem to be very good at peaking for the World cups now .. it’s a good trait to have .. India should try and follow suit,” along with a thumbs-up emoji.

Brilliant bowling performance by Bangladesh

Talking about the 3rd T20I match which was played on Tuesday, the Shakib Al Hasan-led team beat England by 16 runs and won the series by 3-0. The Jos Butter-led side won the toss and opted to bowl first. The pitch wasn’t easy to make runs on as Bangladesh put 158 runs on the scoreboard after losing only 2 wickets.

Litton Das played a magnificent knock of 73 runs off 57 balls which included 10 fours and 1 six. Najmul Hossain Shanto was the most fluent batter but he too found it difficult towards the end as he scored 47 runs off 36 balls and smashed a four and a couple of sixes. England bowlers pulled it back in the final four overs and conceded just 22 runs.

Chasing the target, England had a brilliant start despite losing Phil Salt in the first over as Dawid Malan and the skipper stitched a 95-run stand for the second wicket. But the game changed in two balls which saw both batters back in the dugout. Even though the asking rate was under control, it was not easy for the new batters to come in and start smoking them out of the park. Bangladesh bowlers were brilliant at the death overs and restricted the visitors on the score of 142 runs.

Here's how fans reacted:

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