Following Team India’s win over England, Sourav Ganguly tweets and Michael Vaughan reacts

The series now stands at 2-1 with India leading the fourth Test. The third game was lost rather emphatically. The fight-back had to be something, and it was. Michael Vaughan, the former England cricket captain and a vocal opponent of cricket, was however disappointed.

After all the criticism he received from Team India fans, they couldn’t help but laugh at him. Until England crumbles under pressure, at least. Twitter, especially, works in this way.

What Sourav Ganguly Tweeted After His Win — And What Michael Vaughan Replied

Team India’s victory thrilled BCCI president Sourav Ganguly. Despite a late comeback, the team won the match. Every Indian was proud of it, including the former Indian captain. The side’s efforts were appreciated by him via Twitter.

Micheal Vaughan wasn’t entirely pleased with what he had seen. A part of what he said was true. He simply feels that way about the Indian team. Some may agree with him, while others may not.

Below you can see the batsman’s Twitter response to Ganguly:

What are your thoughts about Vaughan’s tweet response?

Vaughan’s Tweets make sense, there is no doubt about that. Currently, England is the world champion in the 50-over format. When viewed in light of what Michael Vaughan says in this regard, the Tweet makes sense.

In spite of this, Team India has dominated Test matches in recent years. Last year, they lost the World Test Championship Final to New Zealand but won big games against top teams (Australia and England). Kohli and co. dominated the longest format of the game.

In addition, this series has featured some brilliant cricket. The fans are loving every bit of it so far. After winning the fourth game of the series, India currently leads the series. The final game between the two teams will determine the winner.

The Three Lions have already lost two games this season. Michael Vaughan won’t be pleased. He should have received more help from them. Sometimes, their batsmen are also to blame for their inconsistency. Now let’s wait and see what they produce!

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A controversial statement is made by Michael Vaughan about Ajinkya Rahane

Just ended is the third test between India and England. The visiting team suffered a humiliating loss after 3 years. India’s batting collapse sealed the match in either inning.

However, England’s confidence would be sky-high. The ball, the track, and the home conditions were ideal for them. English pacers all contributed to breaking India’s solid batting lineup.

Fans and analysts alike have questions about the Indian batsmen. Some players failed to come back in these tests after terrible batting.

Ajinkya Rahane, the vice-captain of the Indian team, is one of these players. Rahane has not been playing well lately. He has played an important role in India’s victories in the past. We are seeing a complete contrast in England. Michael Vaughan has the perfect topic for his sermon.

Michael Vaughan blasts Ajinkya Rahane’s performance

Michael Vaughan is now well known as a spokesperson for cricket. Quite often, he sends controversial tweets and clashes with his Indian counterparts as a result.

In one of the videos, Michael Vaughan was seen talking to Harsha Bhogle. Rahane’s retention in the team clearly shocked Vaughan. After a series of bad hits, a player is generally asked to warm the bench. Rahane, on the other hand, remains on the sidelines and has poor form.

Michael Vaughan also provided examples from the England camp. He said Dominic Sibley and Zak Crawley were expelled for their uninspiring performances. The BCCI should do the same for Ajinkya Rahane.

According to him, he shouldn’t be kept on the team based on his position or past performance. A player must apply the same rules to all players in order to earn a place in the tournament.

Here’s what Vaughan said

Rahane is an issue. And I think when you see these things happening, you have to make changes. England made changes. They got rid of (Zak) Crawley, they got rid of (Dominic) Sibley. I think India needs to make changes. England needs to see a different face or two at the (Kennington) Oval,” Vaughan said.

“I mean Rahane, is he being backed because of his vice-captaincy? Is he being backed because he played some outstanding innings in the last few years? but consistency-wise, he just doesn’t seem to find it,” Vaughan added.

Ajinkya Rahane is participating in the ongoing tests against England

Ajinkya Rahane clearly isn’t having fun with The Willow. His recent figures indicate this is the case. Rahane scored 5, didn’t bat, 1, 61, 18, and 10 points in this series. Except for the 61 runs in the second test, where India won the match, the performances speak for themselves.

Vice-captains have greater responsibilities. Rahane has overcome similar lows in the past. The fourth test begins on 2nd September, so it will be interesting to see if the management continues to trust him or drops him.

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