AUS v IND 2020-21: “This series is a massive success in my books,” Wasim Jaffer in his latest message to Team India

Former Indian cricketer and domestic giant Wasim Jaffer has also made a name for himself on social media garnering plenty of engagements with his witty replies and memes for almost all cricketing stories.

While the Indian team is playing some of its best cricket in Australia, he was always involved in suggesting changes to the Indian captain with his coded tweets.

After the third Test in Sydney, the series is leveled at one all. It now moves to Gabba, Brisbane for the fourth and final Test. Wasim Jaffer did make everyone think about his new message for the Indian captain.

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A fan tweeted that he was still waiting for a coded message for skipper Ajinkya Rahane as the former cricketer hadn’t put out one till Wednesday, January 13. He replied to the tweet with a blank message.

Here’s the tweet:


︎︎︎ https://t.co/PluGDwnn8l
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) January 13, 2021

It did leave the fans in a bit of a frenzy thinking what the coded message could be. However, since a maximum of those couldn’t get it right, Jaffewr clarified it himself.

He put out another tweet quoting the previous one, saying, “No msg this time. The way they have performed so far, they’ve already done what was expected and more. Irrespective of what happens in Brisbane, this series will go down as a massive success in my books. #AUSvIND”

Here’s the tweet:


No msg this time. The way they have performed so far, they’ve already done what was expected and more. Irrespective of what happens in Brisbane, this series will go down as a massive success in my books. ???????? #AUSvIND https://t.co/msZLSTrfpf
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) January 13, 2021

The fourth Test between India and Australia begins Friday, January 15 at the Gabba in Brisbane.

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