England’s poor game plan against India provoked this player


Sports desk. Former English captain Michael Vaughan was very angry at the game plan of England team in the first Test match against India in Chennai and he has expressed his anger on Twitter. Actually, England had a very defensive fielding against India in the second innings. Michael Vaughan became so angry with the England team that he abused himself on Twitter. Michael Vaughan wrote on Twitter, ‘I want to know from the spinners why you have kept the cover point for the Indian batsmen despite the target of more than 400 runs, while the ball is spinning so much.

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Former captain Sunil Gavaskar said, ‘England’s fielding is also incomprehensible. England is showing a very defensive game. It seemed like Joe Root did not believe his bowlers. Joe Root did not deliver the ball to Dom Bess until he took four wickets in the first innings. Root does not trust his spinners. England spoiled the time by batting more. Let us know that England has given a target of 420 runs to India.

To defeat England, India will have to make 381 runs in the fourth innings, but it is not so easy. Dust is blowing from the pitch in Chennai (chennai). Such a big goal was never achieved on this ground. A full 15 wickets fell on the fourth day, it was not going to be easy for India to save 9 wickets on the fifth day. England needed 9 wickets for India in 90 overs to win. On the last day, India have to score 381 more runs to win the match, besides India will have a great option of draw. In this match, it will be very difficult to score 381 runs in 90 overs on a broken pitch, so it will be good for India if the match is also drawn.

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