“My Permanent Social Media Wicket”- Wasim Jaffer Hilariously Replies To Michael Vaughan’s Birthday Wish

The social media banter between Wasim Jaffer and Michael Vaughan has entertained one and all. The entire cricket universe has enjoyed that banter, and today is the birthday of former Punjab Kings batting coach Wasim Jaffer.

Many fans would remember that Jaffer was once a member of the Indian Test team. He played a Test against England, where Michael Vaughan picked up his wicket. It was also his maiden wicket in Test match cricket.

So, remembering that incident on his birthday, Michael Vaughan wished Wasim Jaffer on Twitter and wrote: “Happy birthday to my first Test match wicket @WasimJaffer14.”


He posted a couple of emojis at the end of the tweet, giving him thumbs up and also a winking face. The tweet went viral as it received more than 27,000 likes inside four hours. Over 750 users have retweeted it, whereas the tweet has 44 quote tweets by now.

Wasim might have been busy with his birthday celebrations, but he took out some time to reply to his Twitter banter partner Michael Vaughan’s tweet. Here’s how Jaffer replied to Vaughan: “Haha thank you my permanent social media wicket.”

Even the reply from Wasim Jaffer has received a lot of attention from the fans on social media. More than 11,000 fans have liked the tweet so far, whereas the tweet has already been retweeted more than 1,000 times. It is evident that Jaffer is the more popular player in the banter between him and Michael Vaughan.


Michael Vaughan and Wasim Jaffer had a banter during the Legends League Cricket 2022

Michael Vaughan brutally trolled Wasim Jaffer by showing him the scorecard of him getting out cheaply while playing for the India Maharajas in the Legends League Cricket 2022.

Soon after, Jaffer hit back at him, saying that he watched the batting tips video from Michael Vaughan, which was why he got out early. Thus, the banter between these two has always been entertaining.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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