Leads: Former England captain Michael Vaughan has sprinkled salt on the wounds of Team India. Michael Vaughan is infamous for his sharp comments on Team India and its players. Michael Vaughan says that India will definitely lose this test match, there is no possibility of survival for India, but if the players of India want, they can create some entertainment with their batting in the second innings.
Vaughan sprinkles salt on the wounds of Team India
Michael Vaughan said in a conversation with Cricbuzz, ‘India will definitely lose in this match, I am sure. But you can expect Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara to regain form. Virat Kohli also needs to get his momentum back. Michael Vaughan said, ‘As far as I think India will lose this match but they can bring some positivity from the second innings.’ Michael Vaughan said, ‘He needs to forget the scoreboard. He has got an innings and he should focus on scoring big.
Said this thing for Team India
Michael Vaughan said, ‘Team India has to tell itself, we have won the toss and were going to bat on this pitch today, can we get a big score. You cannot do this during the first hour or the first session. You, as a batting unit, individually, have to work on your own mindset, your game to understand how you are going to get that big score.
Michael Vaughan gave controversial statement on Pujara
Michael Vaughan made a controversial statement about Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara struggling with poor form. Michael Vaughan says Cheteshwar Pujara has lost his mind. Vaughan said, ‘It seems that Pujara has lost his mind and has also forgotten his technique. He only plays to stand at the crease. Anderson dismissed him brilliantly. The ball was swinging very well and there was pressure on Pujara.
Pujara’s bat has been silent for a long time
Pujara was dismissed for just one run in the Headingley Test. The last century from Pujara’s bat came two years ago. Cheteshwar Pujara’s form has been very bad since the year 2020. During this, he has batted at an average of less than 25. His bat has remained silent in the Test series against England as well.