Mon, 1 Nov 2021

Michael Vaughan Slams Team India After Losing To New Zealand in T20 WC 2021- Underachievers In White-ball cricket”!


After losing against arch-rivals Pakistan, India once again suffered a huge blow on Sunday after they got beaten by an inspired New Zealand side in ICC T20 World Cup 2021 encounter in Dubai. Team India managed to post a meager 110/7 in 20 overs after New Zealand had won the Toss and invited the opposition to bat first in the Group 2 Super 12 battle of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2021.

IND vs NZ: Michael Vaughan Slams Virat Kohli-Led Team India After Loss vs New Zealand in T20 World Cup 2021, Calls Black Caps Best All Format Team

Virat Kohli-led Team India failed to bring their A-game and the swords are out once again and former England captain Michael Vaughan wasted no time in calling the Indian cricket team “underachievers in white-ball cricket”

“Let’s be honest … For all the talent & depth in #India cricket, they underachieved massively for years in white ball Cricket … #Fact #T20WorldCup” – Vaughan wrote on his official Twitter handle.

The 47-year-old also criticized the world’s richest cricket board – BCCI – for not allowing their cricketers to participate in foreign T20 leagues. Vaughan said in another Tweet: “India should take a leaf out of all other countries … Allow their players to play in other leagues around the World to gain experience … #India #T20WorldCup.”

The former England captain lauded New Zealand for winning against India. He termed the Kiwis “best all format team” in the world. “No one will admit it including themselves as they are so humble but #NZ are pound for pound the best all format Cricket team in the World at the moment … #Fact #T20WorldCup” – Vaughan wrote on his Twitter handle.

Ravindra Jadeja and Hardik Pandya played the innings of 26 not out and 23 as no other Indian btter crossed the 30-mark.

Meanwhile, the bowlers completely out of rhythm. Jasprit Bumrah was the only Indian bowler who picked up a couple of wickets to dent New Zealand’s charge in 111 chase in Dubai.