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Wasim Jaffer Takes A Dig At Barmy Army For Their Post On IND-PAK Rivalry
By CricShots - Sep 5, 2022 7:14 pm
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While the Pakistani and Indian fans enjoyed a rollercoaster ride in a last-over thriller on Sunday at the Dubai International Stadium, England’s ‘Barmy Army’ managed to rile up the fans from both sides with their comparison of the India-Pakistan rivalry with the Ashes. The comment did not go down well among the fans of the Asian sides, who trolled the English outfit for their controversial remark.

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Wasim Jaffer

The India-Pakistan rivalry served up yet another memorable blockbuster on Sunday in the Super 4 stage of the ongoing Asia Cup tournament as the arch-rivals engaged in a riveting contest in front of a jam-packed crowd in Dubai. Babar Azam’s side, who were on the losing side in a thrilling encounter earlier in the tournament against the same opposition, got over the line in the final over on this occasion.

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Although the mouthwatering clash lived up to the hype and served up a classic, England’s renowned cricket supporters club, Barmy Army, labeled the Ashes a better watch than India vs Pakistan matches. The Barmy Army wrote on Twitter, “Ashes > India vs Pakistan anyway.”

The tweet, as expected, did not go down well with the supporters from both sides, including former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer, who is an ever-present figure on social media these days. Jaffer gave them a fitting reply, sighting England’s horrendous form in the recently concluded Ashes series down under, earlier this year where they lost 4-0.

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Jaffer, who is often seen engaging in banter with the supporter’s group, brutally trolled Barmy Army for the Tweet, with a reply that read, “If I was an England fan, with the Ashes record Eng has, I’d downplay the Ashes if anything #INDvPAK.”

Notably, England will be up against South Africa in the third and final Test of the series at The Oval, commencing on the 8th of September with the series levelled at 1-1 after England bounced back in style in the second Test and will be looking to pocket another Test win under head coach Brendon McCullum.

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