Michael Vaughan Trolled Team India After Their Poor Fielding Performance

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has been making a lot of news these days with his remarks for the ongoing England tour of India. He often finds himself at the receiving end of criticism and trolling because of his insights and remarks, however, he has kept going.

As the Indian cricket team is currently locking its horns against England in the 2nd of the ongoing 5-match T20I series at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, Michael Vaughan was once again at it as he took a dig at Team India for their poor fielding after team India misfielded a couple of times during England’s innings.

Former England skipper Vaughan took to his Twitter and took a dig at the Indian cricket team for their poor fielding. In his tweet, he invited the Indian cricket team to his fielding academy and claimed that the academy is an exclusive club. He wrote:

“I am inviting all the Indian Team to join my Fielding academy … it’s a very exclusive club … #INDvENG”

Here, check out the tweet:

Earlier, when Surykumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan were handed their maiden India caps ahead of the ongoing 2nd Test match, Vaughan shared a cheeky post on Twitter. In his tweet, he lauded BCCI for following his advice from Mumbai Indians after they decided to include Ishan and SKY. For the unversed, earlier he had claimed that Mumbai Indians is a better team than the current national team of India. He wrote:

I see @BCCI have taken the advice & got more @mipaltan players involved … Very smart move … #INDvsENG”

Here, check out the Tweet:

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