Wasim Jaffer comes up with an interesting topic for the fans
The inaugural match of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League is just a few moments away from us. Mumbai Indians are going to lock horns with Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore today in Chennai.
There have been a lot of instances since the inaugural edition of the league. Coming to this game, the South African wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock will miss the first game as he has to undergo behind the doors for a week and Chris Lynn is expected to replace him.
Mumbai Indians have five titles in their bag whereas their opposition is yet to make an impact in the league. The most loved franchise Chennai Super Kings have 3 in their bag and Kolkata Knight Riders will come into the league with 2.
Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals have won one title to their name. Like RCB, Punjab Kings (then Kings XI Punjab) are yet to win a title in the IPL so far.
Wasim Jaffer asks a question to his fans on Twitter
The former Indian cricketer who is currently with the Punjab Kings as their batting coach has come up with an interesting tweet. The 43-year-old is well known for his hilarious tweets about the former English cricketer Michael Vaughan.
Both of them shared a lot of hilarious conversations on their official Twitter handle from the Australia tour. Currently, Wasim Jaffer has an interesting topic for his fans ahead of the first match between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore.
He included a Flamingo in his post and captioned that "Guess my player to watch out for tonight. I'll reveal the player at 6 pm, but let's see how many decode it before that😉 #MIvRCB #IPL2021."
Here is the tweet:
The response of the fans
Jaffer's post got a good response from the fans as it went viral on social media platforms. Most of the fans cracked the hidden clue and shared their answers by retweeting his post.
Meanwhile, others sharing their tweets some of them came up with the Kiwi pacer Trent Boult's picture as he is exactly standing like the Flamingo posted by Wasim Jaffer. Yes, it is Trent Boult who has done this during a Test match against Australia.
Watch the video here: