Stuart Broad sarcastically replied over the statement of questionnaire on by Micheal Vaughan ahead of first Chennai Test

Stuart Broad sarcastically replied over the statement of questionnaire on by Micheal Vaughan

Stuart Broad sarcastically replied over the statement of questionnaire on by Micheal Vaughan (Pic Source : Twitter)

After a tremendous win by England team over Indian team made a fabulous winning streak for the Defending Champions. The visitors had won the match by 277 runs which is played at M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai.

Before the win over the match, there were many analysts who had commented over the decision of Joe Root’s continuation of match without declaring the inning despite of having heavy run load on the board.

Former Legends like Shane Warne and Micheal Vaughan take a dig on England team strategical approach.

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In the second innings, due to the phenomenal bowling by Ravichandran Ashwin led a total of six wickets eventually kept, visitors to restrict at 178.

Thus the visitors had a 419 lead runs.

Talking about England’s tactics Micheal Vaughan quoted that, “I think he is being get too cautious and is giving India a good chance of getting out of this Test with a draw”. 

Stuart Broad replied sarcastically over Micheal Vaughan statement

Despite of having a mammoth lead, Indian team were never in the game as England bowlers were totally dominant over the hosts and the leading pace attacker James Anderson excellent reverse swinging triggered Men In Blue totally.

His continuous wicket of Shubman Gill and Ajinkya Rahane with reverse swing swap the game almost there itself and that’s the Jimmy Boy!!!! Meant for it…..

After a 277 run win, the social media platform of England Team questioned those who put suggestions over England tactics where with a sarcastic picture of Joe Root taking DRS symbol, and quoted, “Everyone who moaned about the declaration yesterday #INDvENG #Cricket #EnglandCricket”.

 Within a few minuted, Stuart Broad came and commented which got viral within a short time. He quoted by saying, “Think that’s aimed at you @michealvaughan?!”.

Micheal Vaughan

The sarcastic comment war was amazed by every fan.

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