Former England captain Michael Vaughan turned 47 on Friday. On this occasion, he is getting birthday wishes from the cricket world. Former Indian team opener Wasim Jaffer has also wished Vaughan a birthday in his own style. Often on Twitter, there is a lot of discussion about the match between the two veterans who taunt each other. Even on Michael Vaughan’s 47th birthday, Jaffer did not miss an opportunity to make fun of him. The former Indian opener wished him a happy birthday in a funny way.
Happy Birthday @MichaelVaughan have a good one
Just one question, while blowing candles do you wish for exactly what you want or you wish for the opposite just to be safe? ?
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) October 29, 2021
Congratulating Michael Vaughan on his birthday, Jaffer wrote on Twitter, ‘Happy Birthday Michael Vaughan. Have a nice birthday cake with smiling face and smiling eyes and one question, while lighting the candles do you want exactly what you want or do you just want to be safe on the contrary?. However, the former English captain gave a funny reply and conveyed to the former Indian cricketer that it was his first wicket in Test cricket. Vaughan wrote on Twitter, ‘I will always have you Wasim as my first Test wicket.’
Darsal Vaughan dismissed Jaffer during the Lord’s Test in 2002. Vaughan showed Jaffer the way to the pavilion when Jaffer was batting for 53 in the second innings. Despite Ajit Agarkar’s century, England won that match by 170 runs. Vaughan had earlier scored a century in that match. The four-match series ended in a 1-1 draw. Michael Vaughan took six Test wickets throughout his career and Jaffer was one of those wickets.