Wasim Jaffer brutally trolls Brad Hogg for doubting Rohit Sharma’s place in Indian Test team

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Wasim Jaffer, Brad Hogg, Rohit Sharma (Image Source: Twitter)
  • Wasim Jaffer has yet again showed his humorous side on Twitter.

  • Jaffer responded to Hogg's remark where the latter had shown lack of confidence in Rohit Sharma's batting in Tests.

Former India opener Wasim Jaffer has been showing his humorous side on social media ever since the IPL 2020. The veteran cricketer keeps on sharing some hilarious memes on micro-blogging website Twitter to entertain his fans and followers. The Mumbaikar yet again gave a glimpse of his side-splitting nature by trolling former Australia spinner Brad Hogg.


It all started when Hogg tried to grab social media attention on Friday with his tweet on India’s star batsman Rohit Sharma. Hogg opined that in the absence of Virat Kohli after the Adelaide Test, Ajinkya Rahane would do a fine job as India captain.

The Western Australian then claimed that Rohit’s place in India’s playing XI is uncertain. Hogg said this on the basis of Rohit’s record in the longest format of the game.


“Rahane will do a fine job. The only other option would be Rohit, but his record touring in Test Cricket provides no certainty of him holding a spot in the team,” Hogg wrote on Twitter.

Jaffer trolls Hogg with a famous meme

After Hogg’s tweet, Jaffer did not waste time to reply to the Aussie. The highest run-scorer in Ranji Trophy cricket posted a meme from popular Hindi movie ‘Hera Pheri’, where Akshay Kumar says, “Aaja, Aaja beta Aaja (Come, Son..Come)”.

Here is Jaffer’s tweet:



India’s tour of Australia 2020-21 will begin with white-ball series from November 27. But, Rohit has been rested for the T20 and ODI leg. The Indian opener will be seen showing his batting masterclass during the four-match Test series starting from December 17 at Adelaide Oval.

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