Former England captain Michael Vaughan roamed the pitch at Modi Stadium sharing a photo on Instagram | Michael Vaughan mocked Ahmedabad wicket again, carved terrain photo shared

New Delhi: India beat England by 10 wickets in the third test match played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The match ended in just 2 days, after which many cricket veterans began to criticize the pitch for the third test. Meanwhile, former England captain Michael Vaughan made a huge mockery of the Modi Stadium pitch by sharing a photo.

Bizarre photo sharing

Michael Vaughan mocked the pitch at Modi Stadium by sharing a particular photo ahead of the fourth test between India and England. In fact, Vaughan shared a photo on his Instagram account. We can see in this photo that he is beating on a ground sculpted in clay. In the caption of this photo, Vaughan wrote, “Good preparation is underway for the fourth test.”

Before I even shared the photo I had fun

Michael Vaughan also mocked the pitch at Modi Stadium a few days ago. Vaughan (Michael Vaughan) blamed the field for England’s loss in the third consecutive test. He shared a photo on Instagram a few days ago. In this photo, a farmer was plowing a field. Von wrote in the caption of this photo: ‘I can report that the preparation for the fourth test is going very well. The Tory will soon be expecting to bounce and spin the ball on day five.

India beat England in two days

India beat England by 10 wickets in the third test of the four-game series. This match ended in just two days. England scored just 112 points in the opening innings of this game. In response, India was also reduced to 145 crossings. In the second set, the England team could only score 81 points and gave India a 49-point goal to win. India has achieved this goal comfortably without losing wickets. In that match, Axar Patel took 11 wickets, while veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) took 7 wickets to his name. At the end of this game, many veterans began to criticize the pitch.

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