The former England player, Michael Vaughan trolled for calling India vs SA Test series boring.
Not for the first time has Michael Vaughan shown his disliking for the Indian Team or the Indian pitches. He has done it on many occasions, and the most recent incident happened in the third Test match between India and South Africa.
After another dominant show by India with the bat, South Africa stumbled in the batting for the fourth time in the series. Riding on the back of Rohit Sharma’s first double-hundred in Tests, India made a fantastic 497-9D in their first innings. However, South Africa once again struggled to get going as they lost both their openers for just 8 runs.
Michael Vaughan, who sometimes speaks from his biases was quick to point out that this is again going to be boring as it was last week, and the week before. He did praise Ravindra Jadeja for his consistency ( Probably a dig at Sanjay Manjrekar for his bits & pieces comments on Jadeja)
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) October 20, 2019
The Netizens, however, didn’t hold back as they trolled Vaughan for showing a negative bias for the probably the umpteenth time now. Fans were also quick to point out it was South Africa’s inefficiency with the bat and ball that was making it boring.
Here’s how fans trolled Michael Vaughan on Twitter for his Tweet on India vs SA Test series.
About as monotonous as Dale Steyn making your off stump fly…
— Dan’s Cricket Column (@DanCricket93) October 20, 2019
Much better than watching Anderson getting wickets only in swinging conditions😄😄
— Dr.Gaurav (@gaurava23322888) October 20, 2019
yeah its boring coz proteas are not giving a good fight
— Darshan (@deekuonfire) October 20, 2019
— బొమ్మకంటి నాగలింగం (@BrahminAbbayi) October 20, 2019
Reason of boring match
SA playing like England
— Krishna yadav (@yadavKrishnaji) October 20, 2019
Im sorry did we invite you to watch it?
Its fun for us.
Hell umesh yadav just smoked 31 of 10 balls.
— Utkarsh🇮🇳🏏 (@jstutkarsh) October 20, 2019
When Australia toured India in 2017, it wasn't the 'same game', right ? It's not India's fault if opponents fail to produce a fight.
— harionaroll (@harionaroll) October 20, 2019