Australia vs India: Wasim Jaffer Steps Up His Game With Latest Riddle For Ajinkya Rahane, Fans Solve It
India vs Australia: Wasim Jaffer has been making suggestions to Ajinkya Rahane with some coded messages on Twitter.
Wasim Jaffer tweeted a cryptic message for Ajinkya Rahane
Fans decoded the message as a suggestion for India's starting lineup
India take on Australia in Sydney in the third Test
Former India batsman Wasim Jaffer on Monday came up with his latest coded message for India's stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane ahead of the third Test against Australia, in Sydney. "Today I had nice filter coffee by the lake. Amazing how fish can breathe underwater. Then I walked past a potrait of Che Guevara before bumping into an old pal from Dombivali who now has a restaurant in Borivali," Jaffer wrote in his cryptic tweet. "Btw good luck for SCG test @ajinkyarahane88 #Decode," he added, with a wink emoji.
Today I had nice filter coffee by the lake. Amazing how fish can breathe underwater. Then I walked past a potrait of Che Guevara before bumping into an old pal from Dombivali who now has a restaurant in Borivali.— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) January 4, 2021
Btw good luck for SCG test @ajinkyarahane88 #Decode #AUSvIND
Before the second Test in Melbourne, Jaffer had tweeted a "coded" message for Rahane, with the first letters of every word put together reading "PICK GILL AND RAHUL".
India did play Shubman Gill and the youngster impressed on Test debut, but Jaffer's latest riddle was slightly harder to decode than his earlier one.
However, netizens were quick to solve Jaffer's puzzle. The large consensus was that every sentence was a clue to a member of the batting order.
Filter Coffee - KL Rahul— Yo Yo Funny Singh (@moronhumor) January 4, 2021
Fish Breathe - Gill
Che - Pujara
Old Pal from Dombivali - Rohit Sharma
Borivali - Rahane
After an embarrassing collapse in the series-opener in Adelaide, India came back strong to beat Australia by eight wickets in the second Test in Melbourne.
The two teams will now face off in the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground, starting January 7. While David Warner may return from injury for the hosts, India will look to welcome Rohit Sharma back into the starting lineup after he missed the first two Tests.