The Buzz: Wasim Jaffer's response to Rashid Khan's googly

All the bantz, the jousts, and little bit of eavesdropping from the social media playground and beyond

Welcome to ESPNcricinfo's Buzz, your go-to destination for all the bantz, the jousts, and little bit of eavesdropping from the social media playground and beyond.
November 20
Mirror, mirror on the wall, how many Rashids in them all? - is the question Rashid Khan's asking in this mirror selfie that's bound to give batsmen nightmares.
Wasim Jaffer, who is fast becoming a memelord, had the perfect response to it.

Meet the newest baby de Villiers

AB de Villiers and his wife Danielle have just welcomed their latest baby deVilliers, a daughter they named Yente. This is their third child but first daughter - the couple have two sons, Abraham and John.

Guess who sends birthday wishes to Ian Bell's son?

Former England batsman Ian Bell's son gets a thrilling birthday surprise from three mega stars of the game. (Hope he also got a new bat?)
November 19

David Warner's daughter's favourite player is not David Warner

It's not easy raising children.

How to survive life in a bubble? Bring a baby

Lea Tahuhu and Amy Satterthwaite have discovered the perfect foil to the existential angst and loneliness of cricket in a bubble - just bring a baby on board. The pair brought their daughter Grace on tour with them while they play the Big Bash and it's been livening up the days of all the players there. Maybe Virat Kohli should consider bringing his baby on the next Australia tour.
November 18

KL Rahul and Virat Kohli enjoy Test match practice

The India squad practised in simulated long-format match conditions with pacers using red and pink balls in Sydney on Tuesday.

The celebration

Party time for the Afghanistan players, dancing here at Mujeeb Ur Rahman's wedding.
November 17

Jemimah Rodrigues gets photography tips from Shakera Selman

It wasn't just fun and games behind the scenes at the Women's T20 Challenge, there was lots of learning too. Look at Jemimah Rodrigues learning how to up her already ace photography game from Shakera Selman. Okay, who are we kidding, it totally was all fun and games.

Laura Kimmice invents a new cricket shot

That's a fun new way to tackle a full-toss

Virat Kohli is Netflix and chillin' in quarantine

Wonder if Virat Kohli is going to watching The Queen's Gambit to pick some tips to beat Yuzvendra Chahal in chess.

Alyssa Healy will get you

Brisbane Heat's Grace Harris zones out at the crease (see her reply) and pays the price.
November 16

KL Rahul faces R Ashwin's volleys

That's one way to prepare to face Mitch Starc and Co.

X-Factor? Not really, says Jimmy Neesham

One of the three new playing conditions being introduced in the 2020-21 Big Bash League is the chance to substitute a player at the tenth-over mark of the first innings. Jimmy Neesham is a sceptic. What about you?

The mid-innings conversation

Maybe that's why you need the strategic timeouts during a match - so players can go for a loo break. At the fall of the fourth wicket of the Lahore Qalandars chase in their PSL playoff match against Peshawar Zalmi, not-out batsman Mohammad Hafeez dashed off the ground to relieve himself. The break served not only his bladder well but also the Qalandars - Hafeez's unbeaten 74 took them into the second Eliminator (and eventually the PSL final). In the video, commentator Ramiz Raja chats with the Zalmi's Shoaib Malik, Imam-ul-Haq (wicketkeeper) and Wahab Riaz about Hafeez and the match.