IND vs ENG: Indian fans raging on Michael Vaughan, ‘first Kohinoor Lauto Phir Milegi Jersey’

new Delhi: England defeated India by 227 runs in the first Test match played in Chennai. This match was very special for English captain Joe Root. It was the 100th Test of Root’s career and he hit a magnificent double century in the first innings of this Test. In response to this test, former England captain Michael Vaughan tried to target the Indian team, in response to which the Indian fans broke their mouths.

What did von say?

Recently, in the last Test of the series against Australia, the Indian team presented a jersey signed by all the players to Australian spin bowler Nathan Lyon. Questioning this, Michael Vaughan said in a tweet, ‘India gifted Nathan Lyon a signed jersey after winning the Gaba Test. Was Root also given such a jersey after India’s defeat in Chennai? Don’t know if this has happened? Can anyone confirm this? ‘

Fans listened

After this tweet by Michael Vaughan, Indian fans told him fiercely. A fan responded to Vaughn and said, ‘No. You people have already robbed us for 150 years and have killed many freedom fighters. Return our Kohinoor first and only then we can think of gifting that T-shirt.

The second Test of the four-Test series between India and England is to be played from 13 February. The second Test match will also be played in Chennai. It is very important for India to win this Test to reach the final of the World Test Championship. If India loses this Test, then they will automatically get out of the final of the World Test Championship.


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