Ravichandran Ashwin asked a question, shared a photo with Cheteshwar Pujara, Wasim Jaffer jokingly replied

Countdown to the World Test Championship has begun. The eyes of the entire world cricket on the final match between India and New Zealand. Considering the stats behind the Aegis Bowl, Ravichandran Ashwin’s role in the final is considered important. At the same time, Pujara, known as Team India’s wall in batting, has a big responsibility. Meanwhile, Ashwin shared the photo with Pooja and asked the fans, ‘What will Pooja say to me? Former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer has made a funny reply to Ashwin’s question.

Responding to Ashwin’s tweet, Zafar wrote, “The 2016 World Cup T20, 2019 World Cup Semifinal Subka Badla Liga Re Tera White Walker, Shake, Do Not Bend or Break”. Pujara’s performance on the tour of Australia was outstanding and was instrumental in the historic win at the Gabba. After eating many balls on the body, Pujara remained in the crease and played Rishabh Pant. Pujara also has experience playing county cricket in England, so the team certainly expects a big innings from him in the final.

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The final of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand will be played in Southampton from 18 to 22 June. The Indian team has reached England and is currently completing its quarantine. At the same time, New Zealand are taking part in a two-Test series against England. India reserved the final ticket after beating England 3-1 in the home Test series, while the Kiwis went straight to the final after the series was canceled against South Africa and Australia.

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