India have performed brilliantly in the ongoing Test series between India and England. After a draw in Nottingham due to rain, Team India defeated the English team at the historic Lords. Team India, reeling in the fourth day, looked good on the last day. Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Shami beat England’s spirit with an unbroken 89-run partnership for the ninth wicket. After this, the Indian bowlers caused a commotion at Lord’s and recorded a historic victory by 151 runs at this historic ground. After England’s defeat, their supporters have been very disappointed. Former England captain Michael Vaughan has been angry over this crushing defeat of England. As far as I saw the England team, Vaughan said this England team came up with a bad strategy.
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On his Facebook page, the former English captain said, ‘England fell 20 minutes before lunch on the fifth day of the Second Test, which is one of the worst things England Test team have had in years. Why was Coach Silverwood not sending anyone with a drink, asking Captain Root what was going on and changing tactics? I knew Duncan Fletcher would do this for me if I had meningitis. ‘
Vaughn expressed outrage against England cricket team head coach Chris Silverwood. He said, ‘There are moments in every Test that determine the outcome of a Test match. The best teams come to them and find a way to win. It was a pivotal moment in the Second Test and England skipped it. Silverwood needs to take its share.
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Vaughn said of England’s head coach that he needed to prove he was capable of helping England change the pace of this series against India. He finished his talk by saying, ‘The pace of the series is only moving in one direction and it is in the direction of Virat Kohli. The hosts are standing where they want and making silly mistakes. Let us say that India have taken a 1-0 lead in the five-Test series against England. The third match of the series will be held in Leeds.