Wasim Jafar shares his hilarious meme as Michael Vaughan tries to troll him, and his tweet goes viral



former India Batsman Wasim Jaffar has returned to the Punjab Kings camp as hitting coach. The IPL franchise on Wednesday announced former India openers as part of their support team. Jaafar will work closely with coach Trevor Bayliss and newly appointed captain Shekhar Dhawan to try out the fortunes of the title-less side.

Following the announcement, Jafar, known for his hilarious tweets, got a taste of his own medicine from former England captain Michael Vaughan. “The person who came out to me is the hitting coach!” Vaughan tweeted in response to the news.

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For the non-professional, Vaughan managed to dismiss AJ during the second innings of a Test match at Lord’s return in 2002.

However, the conversation did not stop there. True to his style, Jafar came up with a playful response to Vaughan’s tweet. He posted a meme featuring the Marvel superhero Hulk offering salve for burn injuries. Jaafar’s response went viral, garnering more than 10,000 likes.

Here is a look at some of the reactions:

One Twitter user rudely responded by saying, “So the Punjab Kings don’t need a Twitter handle anymore.”

Another social media user praised Jafar’s sense of humor and replied, β€œI think you can be a meme coach. How do you find the perfect meme at the right time?”

Someone who appreciates banter and is willing to carry on. “O ladai rukni nahi chahiye [This clash of words should not stop],” read the comment.

Another Twitter user humorously pointed out that the former England captain may not be aware of what Burnol is. β€œAfter seeing this tweet – Michael Vaughan Googles the meaning of Barnaul,” read the reply.

Previously, Jaffar handled batting coach duties for the Punjab Kings series. He was part of the team management under coach Anil Kumble. However, his stint did not last long. The former India opening batter had resigned from the post ahead of the IPL mega auction earlier this year.

Jaffar has also worked with Odisha and Uttarakhand Ranji as their head coach. The 44-year-old is currently attached to the Bangladesh U-19 team as a batting consultant.

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Meanwhile, the Punjab Kings also announced that former Australian wicket-keeper Brad Hadden will be their assistant coach. Former South African basketball player Charles Langeveldt will take care of Punjab’s bowling department.

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