Michael Vaughan, former England skipper on Sunday said that the Indian cricket team has shown great character against Australia in the ongoing four-match Test series. Michael Vaughan’s remark came as India continues to fight in the ongoing fourth Test at the Gabba,
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has predicted that India might lose the four-match Test series if they face defeat in the first-ever pink ball game against Australia. The most-awaited day-night Test match will be played in Adelaide from December 17 to 21.
Michael Vaughan has lashed out at India’s poor fielding in the last and third T20I against Australia where the hosts won by 12 runs. The visitors dropped two dolly catches while a couple of misfields were witnessed at the Sydney Cricket Ground
Hardik Pandya, the all-rounder of India had a tough time when he had a back surgery that kept him out of the Indian team for a long time since late 2019. He finally got an opportunity to represent India at home against
India’s premier spinner Yuzvendra Chahal was initially not in the playing XI during the first T20 International against Australia in Canberra. But he was called in the second innings as Ravindra Jadeja’s concussion substitute. The leg-spinner rocked in that match and was
Michael Vaughan, the former England skipper, feels that India it’s the ‘timid mindset’ which is barring them from playing an aggressive brand of cricket. An ineffective start against Australia in the 3rd and final ODI made them look apprehensive against the Aussies.
Glenn Maxwell had a forgetful Indian Premier League (IPL) season as he even could not hit a six in 14 matches. He was deemed to be out of form, but he bamboozles everyone with his scintillating performance in the recently-concluded ODI series
Michael Vaughan, former England skipper noted Indian skipper Virat Kohli’s influence on kids as he said his son is a big fan of the in-form Indian skipper and asks his father to wake him up when the skipper comes out to bat.
Michael Vaughan said that Indian skipper Virat Kohli is still in supreme form – and once he gets a hundred, he will go on to get 3-4 more. Former England captain Michael Vaughan said that there is no reason for the Indian
Adil Rashid, right-arm leg break bowler was the chief architect behind England’s success in the T20I match against South Africa as he picked up two crucial wickets. England registered a comprehensive victory against South Africa in the second T20I of the three-match