| On Jun 11, 2021 3:31 PM IST

WTC Final: Wasim Jaffer Hilarious Reaction over Ravi Ashwin’s Twitter Post for Cheteshwar Pujara


Wasim Jaffer Twitter reaction: Team India is currently gearing up to face New Zealand in the ultimate challenge which is the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) final starting from 18 June in Southampton. Both the teams have already landed in England for the big final encounter as New Zealand are playing a two-match Test series against the English side while the Indian players have started their practice sessions at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.

Wasim Jaffer Twitter Reaction to Ravi Ashwin’s post

After completing their mandatory hard quarantine period, the Indian Test team has started with their training sessions in groups as players have posted several pictures of them practicing at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. Recently, India’s senior off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin posted a picture on Twitter with his teammate Cheteshwar Pujara and captioned the post, “Prizes for guessing what @cheteshwar1 is telling me here!”

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There were several replies on Ashwin’s Twitter post but it was former India batsman Wasim Jaffer who came up with the most hilarious reaction. Jaffer reunited the famous dialogues from Game of Thrones and Gangs of Wasseypur and posted a funny comment in reply to the off-spinner.

“2016 WT20, 2019 WC semi sabka badla lega re tera White Walker. unbowed, unbent, unbroken,” Wasim Jaffer tweeted.

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World Test Championship Final

Both India and New Zealand have different issues to deal with before they fight for the inaugural WTC title. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson is currently nursing an elbow injury that ruled him out of the second Test match against England while left-arm spinner Mitchel Santner and wicket-keeper BJ Watling are also dealing with their respective injury issues. On the other hand, besides acclimatizing well in the English conditions, India also have to take some important selection calls with regards to their playing XI for the big WTC final. It will be interesting to see whether Mohammed Siraj will get a nod in the India Playing 11 or not.

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Kuljyot Singh

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