Amid the coronavirus pandemic, former Australia batsman Dean Jones has been retaining his fan base entertained on social media, with a sequence of hilarious on-line sledges directed at former gamers. On Sunday, it was once former England batsman Ian Bell who fell prey to his wit after he shared a video of his 7-year-old son enjoying cricket. “Proud dad second! Joseph’s first ever cricket recreation,” Bell tweeted, along side the video. Responding to his tweet, Dean Jones wrote “Is he taller than you?” with a few giggling emojis.
Is he taller than you?
— Dean Jones AM (@ProfDeano)
Bell answered with some giggling emojis of his personal, prior to including “and he is handiest 7!! He is working at the wicket, you should like that?”
The likes of former England captain and ex-New Zealand bowler Scott Styris have additionally been objectives of Jones’ trolling.
After the Global Cricket Council (ICC) tweeted about being amongst 9 gamers to have scored a century on debut whilst batting at no. 9, Jones tweeted “@scottbstyris have been they bowling seaside balls?”
And after a humorous video of a person within the streets taking guard with a bat and doing a little shadow batting emerged, he tagged Nasser Hussain and wrote “Is that you simply?”
Dean Jones made his debut for Australia in opposition to Pakistan in 1984 at Adelaide. The fitting-handed batsman performed 164 One-Day Internationals for Australia and scored 6,068 runs with a mean of 44.61. He additionally has seven ODI centuries to his identify.