Wasim Jaffer and a fan poke Michael Vaughan about England's 0-3 whitewash vs Bangladesh; he replies aptly

England was whitewashed by Bangladesh for the first time in any format at home.

Vaughan got one up on Jaffer despite the Indian cricketer's dig at England's 0-3 loss | TwitterFormer England captain Michael Vaughan came back with a couple of amazing replies to an Indian fan and his social media rival and former India opener Wasim Jaffer, after being reminded of England’s recent 0-3 whitewash in the T20I series against Bangladesh.

The defending T20 World Cup champions were routed 0-3 by the Shakib Al Hasan-starred Bangladeshi team.

In response, Bangladesh U19 batting consultant Wasim Jaffer led to take a dig at his friend Michael Vaughan by tweeting, “Hello @MichaelVaughan, long time no see #BANvENG

To this, Vaughan quoted Jaffer’s tweet with a photo of England captain Jos Buttler with the T20 World cup trophy with caption reading: “Morning Wasim

Meanwhile, before Vaughan replied to Wasim, a Twitter user sought Vaughan’s response to England’s humiliating white-wash in the T20I series. “Do Twitt (tweet) about world champion they lost in Bangladesh 3-0," a Twitter user urged Vaughan to respond.

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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,” Vaughan responded.

Vaughan's response also sparked a debate on Twitter. "Normally I don't like ur tweets but in these tweet u says a fact. Winning a world Cup is much more important. I will prefer 1 WC over 3 bilateral series victories even that victories is in overseas," a fan wrote.

"Its England who followed the suit of India. India already had 2 ODI wc and a t20 wc before "game inventers" got their first one on "boundary count" just about 4 years ago," another Twitter user added.



By Jatin Sharma - 15 Mar, 2023

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