ICC WTC Final: Wasim Jaffer trolls Michael Vaughan with Tweet in Hindi, compares him with Hrithik Roshan- Cricket fans and cricket pundits love to compare two players and fight about it on social media. Former England captain Michael Vaughan is certainly one of them. Recently Vaughan said that you are not allowed to say that Virat Kohli is not the greatest batsman. Replying to this former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer trolled Michael Vaughan on Twitter with a Tweet in Hindi.
Wasim Jaffer wrote on Twitter,” Extra ungli Hrithik ke paas hai par karta Michael Vaughan hai #ViratKohli #KaneWilliamson.”
Giving the Bollywood reference, Wasim said that actor Hrithik Roshan has an extra finger but Michael Vaughan has the habit of poking people.
Earlier today, Vaughan did not mince any words when comparing Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson. Vaughan said that if ‘Williamson was Indian, he would be the greatest player in the world.’
“If Kane Williamson was Indian, he would be the greatest player in the world. But he’s not because you’re not allowed to say that Virat Kohli is not the greatest, because you’d get an absolute pelting on social media. So, you all say Virat is the best purely to get a few more clicks and likes, few more numbers following here. Kane Williamson, across formats, is equally the best. I think the way he plays, the calm demeanour, his humbleness, the fact that he is silent about what he does,” Vaughan told Spark Sport.
“Kane Williamson has mostly had success. I’m not just saying it because I’m speaking to you guys in New Zealand but I think Kane Williamson is right up there with the great players across the three formats and certainly matches Virat Kohli. It’s just that he doesn’t have the 100 million followers on Instagram and doesn’t earn the $30-40 million or whatever Virat gets every year for his commercial endorsements.”
Virat Kohli will be leading the Indian team in World Test Championship final while Kane Williamson will be the captain of New Zealand. The match will be played at Southampton on June 18.