Wasim Jaffer shares a hilarious meme ahead of India-Pak clash

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Former India opener Wasim Jammer has made a name for himself by sharing memes and cryptic posts on social media. For fans looking to check out some hilarious memes based on the Indian cricket team, Jaffer's Twitter account has often been the go-to place. And the cricketer-turned coach did not disappoint the fans by being at his best ahead of India's much-anticipated clash against Pakistan at the Dubai International Stadium.

Prior to the match, most passionate fans only had the India-Pakistan match on their minds and Jaffer posted a meme depicting the same scenario through a meme. The hilarious post shows how an India fan is thinking about whether India would opt to bat or bowl first if they win the toss, even as the woman beside him feels that he must be thinking about other women.

The tweet from Jaffer has been liked by over 20k Twitter users. Jaffer chose to share this meme with the caption: "? #INDvPAK #T20WorldCup."

Check it out here:

Meanwhile, the Punjab Kings coach also welcomed the matchday with a famous DDLJ meme format saying "Aakhir ye din aa hu gaya" which suggests that the match-day is finally here.

While there is a lot more excitement and eyes on this game than perhaps some of the other India matches, captain Virat Kohli has maintained that it is "just another match" for him and his side.

"I have just approached this game as another game of cricket and I know there is a lot of hype around this game, more so with ticket sales and demands of tickets," Kohli had said at the ICC press conference before the start of the tournament and repeated the same in the pre-match conference.

Kohli also said that the only difference that he experiences is the increase in the demand for tickets.

"And right now, value of those tickets are ridiculously high and that's all I know, my friends are demanding tickets right left and centre and I am saying, 'no'. Apart from that, I don't think we can make anything extra out of this game and for us it's a game of cricket that has to be played in the right spirit, in the way we know we can," Kohli had added.