India vs England: Michael Vaughan recognizes Virat Kohli’s statement on pitch controversy, teaches fans a lesson

The last Test of the four-match Test series between India and England will be played in Ahmedabad. Team India captain Virat Kohli expressed his views on the pitch contradiction a day before the match at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium. “We were successful because we weren’t cooking about the pitch,” Virat said. Virat’s statement is now aimed at former England captain Michael Vaughan. Vaughn dug out Virat’s statement via social media, which is why Indian fans are trolling him fiercely.

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The first two matches of the series will be played in Chennai, the third Test in Ahmedabad and the fourth Test in the same ground. The third test did not run in the daytime and for two days. In the third Test, the total of 30 wickets fell in two days and since then there has been constant debate over the pitch. England won the first Test in Chennai by 227 runs. In the first three days of the first Test in Chennai, the pitch was quite flat, followed by reports that the groundsman was fired after India’s defeat.

Pollard hit six sixes in an over of Dhananjay’s hat-trick.

Vaughan wrote on Twitter, ‘If I recall, Chennai Groundsman was dismissed after the first Test because he was very flat wicket-taker. There were some complaints about the ball after the first Test. Vaughan has been teasing Team India for the entire series. Fans did something like this troll-

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