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IND vs ENG: Wasim Jaffer’s Witty Reply To Michael Vaughan’s “Mumbai Indians Better Than India” Quip




Former England captain Michael Vaughan stated that Indian Premier League group Mumbai Indians are a greater T20 group than India. “The @mipaltan are a better T20 team than @BCCI!!!” tweeted Vaughan on Friday. Former India batsman Wasim Jaffer had a witty reply to Vaughan’s remark. “Not all teams are lucky enough to play four overseas players Michael,” tweeted Jaffer, referring to the IPL rule that enables groups to have solely 4 abroad gamers within the taking part in XI.

India have been restricted to 124 for 7 within the first T20I in opposition to England in Ahmedabad because the Indian batsmen adopted a extra attacking method however failed in execution.

Shreyas Iyer top-scored for India with 67 and Rishabh Pant made 21, however these two have been the one batsmen to flourish within the Indian effort.

England bowlers Jofra Archer, Mark Wood, Chirs Jordan Adil Rashid and Ben Stokes maintained the stress on Indian batsmen, most of whom seemed to assault from the beginning however could not execute the plans nicely.

Vaughan has been tweeting continuously on this England tour of India and he has been unabashed in expressing his opinion.

He had earlier criticised the pitch used for the third Test in Ahmedabad and known as India’s win within the Test a “shallow victory.”

“India won the third Test but it was shallow victory. In fact, there was no winners from that game at all,” Vaughan had written in his column for Daily Telegraph after the third Test.

The Test had completed inside two days as neither of the groups might cross 150 throughout innings.

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India had emerged victorious by 10 wickets in a match that noticed England getting bowled out for 112 and 81.

As for the pitch used within the first T20I, Vaughan had an attention-grabbing commentary.

“The pitch looks ok … Should be a good one for T20 Cricket … very similar to that 3rd Test match … Prepared to last around 40 overs,” he tweeted.

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