England’s Bad Game Plan Against Indian Team Fueled By Twitter Abused Michael Vaughan | News in Hindi

Former England captain Michael Vaughan was very angry with England’s game plan in the first test match against the Indian team in Chennai (Chennai) and he expressed his anger on Twitter. In fact, England had a very defensive line-up against India in the second set.

Michael Vaughan got so angry with the England team that he took advantage of Twitter. Michael Vaughan wrote on Twitter: ‘I want to know from the spinners why you kept the cover point for the Indian batsmen despite the goal of over 400 runs when the ball is spinning so much. It’s the last of the day. ## %% && ‘

I’d love to know from the spinners WHY the spinners have a cover point on the limit when you have almost 400 on the board on a square spinning lot … and you bowling off the spinner … and that’s the last more of the day !!!!!!!!!!!!! Wtf …. #INDvENG

– Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 8, 2021

Former captain Sunil Gavaskar said: “The commissioning of England is also incomprehensible. England are showing a very defensive game. It seemed like Joe Root didn’t believe his bowlers. Joe Root didn’t deliver the ball to Dom Bess until he won four wickets in the opening innings. Root doesn’t trust his spinners. England wasted time by hitting more. Let us know that England gave India a target of 420 races.

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To beat England, India will need to score 381 points in the fourth set, but it’s not that easy. Dust gushes from the ground in Chennai (chennai). Such an objective has never been achieved in this field. A full 15 wickets fell on the fourth day, it was not going to be easy for India to save 9 wickets on the fifth day. England needed 9 wickets for India in 90 overs to win. On the final day, India must complete 381 more races to win the match.

Other than that, India will have a great raffle option. In this game, it will be very difficult to score 381 points in 90 overs on broken ground, so it will be good for India if the game also draws. So far, India has lost a wicket by 39 points in the second set. Rohit Sharma was played by English spinner Jack Leach. Rohit Sharma is back at the clubhouse after scoring 12 points. India has batsmen like Virat Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant who have the power to win the game against the Indian team. Although England are a big contender for victory in this game.