Former India opener Wasim Jaffer and former England captain Michael Vaughan are well-known for their Twitter banter. The two former cricketers often tease and annoy one another over numerous differences.

On Wednesday, Jaffer’s selection as the IPL franchise Punjab Kings’ batting coach was made public. Vaughan, who only occasionally bowls, wasted no time in making fun of the Indian and reminding him of the time when Vaughan had dismissed him.

Someone who came out to me is a batting coach, Vaughan said on Twitter.

When Jaffer edged the ball to the then-captain of England, Nasser Hussain, at slips in the fourth innings of the Lord’s Test in 2002, Hussain dismissed Jaffer. Vaughan’s catch was his first in a Test match.

As Vaughan’s tweet gained popularity, cricket fans anticipated a scathing retort from Jaffer, who is renowned for his meme-filled witty tweets. And indeed,” Jaffer replied in his trademark style as he shared a meme of the Hulk, a superhero from a comic book, holding Burnol, a burn treatment cream.

Twitter users expressed insightful commentary on the entire episode and showed quick interest in Jaffer’s response.

The best way to find memes is perfect timing, so in my opinion, you have what it takes to be a MeMe Coach.

“These Twitter fights taking place in England are always amusing to watch.

Wasim has always supported violence, “Another defender said.

The Punjab Kings welcomed their new batting coach in the interim with a tweet.

Introducing Wasim Jaffer, our new batting coach! Send a meme to the hashtag #SherSquad to welcome the King! Punjab Kings tweeted the following.

Thanks to Jaffer’s hiring, the Punjab Kings now have Trevor Bayliss as their head coach, Charl Langelvedt as their bowling coach, and Brad Haddin as their assistant coach.