Michael Vaughan again mocked the wicket of Ahmedabad, photo of the carved pitch shared


New Delhi: India defeated England by 10 wickets in the third Test match played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The match was over in just 2 days, after which many cricket veterans started criticizing the pitch of the third Test. Meanwhile, former England captain Michael Vaughan has made a huge mockery of the Modi Stadium pitch by sharing a photo.

Bizarre photo of share

Michael Vaughan has mocked the Modi Stadium pitch by sharing a peculiar photo before the fourth Test between India and England. Actually, Vaughan has shared a photo on his Instagram account. In this photo it can be seen that he is batting on a clay carved pitch. In the caption of this photo Vaughan wrote, ‘Good preparation is going on for the fourth test’.

Even before sharing the photo, I made fun

Michael Vaughan also made fun of the pitch of Modi Stadium a few days ago. Vaughan (Michael Vaughan) was blaming the pitch for England’s defeat in the third Test in a row. 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 curator will soon expect to bounce and rotate the ball on the fifth day.

India defeated England in two days

India defeated England by 10 wickets in the third Test of the four-match series. This match was over in just two days. In the first innings of this match, England scored only 112 runs while batting. In reply, India were also reduced to 145 runs. In the second innings, England’s team was able to score only 81 runs and gave India a target of 49 runs to win. India achieved this goal comfortably without losing wickets. In this match, Axar Patel took 11 wickets, while veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) took 7 wickets in his name. At the end of this match, many veterans started criticizing the pitch.


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