ICC WTC Final Playing Conditions: Wasim Jaffer’s WTC meme starring Ashwin breaks internet – Check out – Wasim Jaffer’s Twitter account is one of the most entertaining accounts among all the cricketer. He likes sharing memes and sometimes even get involved in funny banter with former cricketers and fans. On Friday he shared a meme starring India spinner R Ashwin which broke the internet and even Ashwin reacted on it.
On Friday, ICC revealed the playing conditions for the final of the World Test Championship which will be played between India and New Zealand at Southampton England. Other than summing it up with some key points the cricket’s apex body also released a 95-page long detailed version of the playing conditions.
Wasim saw it as a meme sharing opportunity and tweeted a photo from Sanjay Dutt’s hit film ‘Munna Bhai MBBS’. In the photo, Sanjay Dutt’s is telling a fellow student “tu samajhke apun ko sikha dena.” Which means you understand all of this and teach me later.
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) May 28, 2021
“Indian team to @ashwinravi99 right now #FirstBencher #WTCFinal,” he wrote in the caption.
R Ashwin as we all know has a degree in engineering and is regarded as one of the clearest cricketers in Team India. According to his teammates, he is always into numbers and the rules of cricket. Thus Jaffer took the opportunity to post a meme on him.
When one Twitter user requested “subtitles please” on Jaffer’s post, Ashwin himself was happy to help him. “Please read it thoroughly and let us know,” he tweeted, with a laughing emoji.
Please read it thoroughly and let us know.😂
— Mask up and take your vaccine🙏🙏🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) May 28, 2021
ICC WTC Final Playing Conditions, India vs New Zealand: The International Cricket Council on Friday announced the playing conditions as per which in case of a draw both India and New Zealand will be crowned “joint winners” of the ICC World Test Championship final at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton scheduled from June 18 to 22.
ICC WTC Final Playing Conditions: What are the key playing conditions?
- The playing conditions confirm that a draw or a tie will see both teams crowned as joint winners as well as the allocation of a Reserve Day to make up for any lost time during the regular days of the Final.
- June 23rd has been kept as the Reserve Day in case a result is not achieved in five days. The Reserve Day has been scheduled to ensure five full days of play, and it will only be used if lost playing time cannot be recovered through the normal provisions of making up lost time each day.
- There will be no additional day’s play if a positive result is not achieved after five full days of play and the match will be declared a draw in such a scenario.