Mohammad Kaif takes a dig at Nasser Hussain for his sledge in his Instagram post

Nasser had sledged Kaif during India's famous chase at Lords in Natwest series final 2002.

Mohammad Kaif after historic chase against England at Lords in 2002. | GETTY

Ex-India cricketer Mohammad Kaif had once revealed on Twitter that the former England skipper Nasser Hussain had called him a "bus driver" during the 2002 Natwest Series final at Lords.

Kaif disclosed that England cricketers sledged him during the historic run chase where he scored a match-winning 87. He said, "Yes, Nasser Hussain actually called me a bus driver :) was good to take them for a ride!"

That victory against England is still fresh in the memory of Indian fans. India had chased 326 after recovering from 146/5 with Yuvraj Singh and Kaif steering India home with a brilliant 121-run partnership. Kaif remained unbeaten on 87 as India chased down the total with just three balls to spare.

The hero of 2002 Natwest series final once again took a subtle dig at the veteran cricketer, who is India for Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018. 

He shared a picture with Hussain and wrote, "Together again #busdriver #natwest :) #greatbrain."

Going by the comments on his Instagram post, only few seem to get the dig. But those who managed to pick it had a good laugh about it.  


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By Sihyeu Singh - 17 Apr, 2018

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