- In the first Test, Flintoff trolled Amitabh’s old tweet on Joe Root’s double century.
- Now when captain Root was out for 6 in the first innings of the second Test, Wasim shared a meme.
- In that meme, Jafar shows Akshar Patel uprooting a tree.
Former Indian opener Wasim Jaffer is becoming famous for his humer after long and innings that trounced the opposition team. He shared a meme on Twitter regarding the second Test between India and England, in which he has given a befitting reply to former English captain Andrew Flintoff without naming him. Cricket fans are very appreciative of Jafar’s meme. Some have even tagged Flintoff in the reply.
In fact, in Wasim’s mem, a man is seen holding a tree uprooted in his hands. Jafar has described the man as Akshar Patel. In the caption, he wrote – #UpRooted #INDvsENG. Writing this much was enough for cricket fans to understand the whole thing. Explain that in the first innings of the second Test, captain Joe Root could not do anything special and after making just 6 runs, Ashwin was caught by the ball of Axar Patel.
It is noteworthy that England captain Joe Root hit a double century in the first Test match of the series against India. He also became the first player to score a double century in his 100th Test. On this achievement, former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff trolled him with an old tweet by the famous superstar Amitabh Bachchan, named ‘Big B’.
During this time, Flintoff discovered and responded to the almost year-old tweet of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan. On 27 March 2016, Flintoff tweeted – With this rate, Virat Kohli may one day be better than the root, which Amitabh wrote while replying – Who root will root out root. Flintoff tried to troll Amitabh by retweeting the same tweet.