Wasim Jaffer

Former Indian batsman, Wasim Jaffer shared a hilarious video on Tuesday, showing how David Warner’s selection in the team caused Joe Burn’s rash exit. Jaffer’s Twitter video did rounds on Social media, making Twitterati laugh all over the globe. Further, he went on to share a second video on how Rishabh Pant should get him out.

Wasim Jaffer Tweeted A Hilarious Video About Getting David Warner Out

It is a very simple process as per Wasim Jaffer. Hopefully, Rishabh Pan saw the post.

What The Ranji Stalwart Wasim Jaffer Had Posted About The Warner-Burns Tale?

His video showed a child suddenly another one to bat. The video which might have been shot during the New Zealand versus Pakistan series shows a child taking the stance before the other one comes in and pushes the first one.

Tim Paine’s Australia fits in the situation like Cinderella’s foot. The team’s batting line-up given Steven Smith and Marnus Labuschagne’s slump in form has given coach Justin Langer a lot to worry about.

The team management announced David Warner’s return to the team in not a fully-fit condition. It was to bolster the batting that has epically failed in the series. Having failed to soar past the 200 run mark even once, the Paine is expected to add Warner and Will Pucovski to the side.

What David Warner Told The Sydney Times On His Return?

Taking about his return to the team, with the SCG test stomaching the potential to hand the trophy-

“Given the circumstances that we are in at the moment with 1-1, I think it would be quite difficult. That IS especially if I spent time out in the middle, to back up. I can only judge that if I get up to play the game and get through it. I might have to try and do some rehab in-between days to keep strengthening it up and doing the best I can.”

“If I do NOt score any runs and I do play. I will be doing anything I can to keep working on that rehab if I am sitting back in the change room.”

 

What David Warner Said In A Recent Interview?

Warner was ruled out with a groin injury. The injury occurred while fielding in the second ODI game on November 29. However, with a 38-day recovery and fitness tests inclining positive, he might just make the cut for the third Test match.  He said he was prepared to adjust his batting style. That being limiting his “drop and run” manner, but fielding was another question.

“If I feel like I can do my duties, whether it is standing in the slips cordon, take catches to my right and my left, not be a hindrance in that aspect as well in the field. Cause it is 50 per cent [of time in the field], I think that is probably where it is going to determine whether I do play or not.”

However, playing this test would be a risk for the Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper. The third Test match starts at the SCG on January 7.