Michael Vaughan answers Australia’s defeat in the Test series at the hands of India, Kangaroo coach Justin Langer

Last year, Australia suffered a defeat at the hands of India in their Test series. Team India made history by dusting off the Kangaroo team for the first time at the Gaba field under the leadership of Ajinkya Rahane. Due to the injury of most players in the last Test, many young players were included in the Indian team, but despite this the team managed to win. Meanwhile, Michael Vaughan has questioned Australia’s defeat at the hands of India’s second team, which is not a shame for India’s third XI. Head coach Justin Langer responded to Vaughan’s response very cleverly.

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At the ‘Fox Cricket’ show, the historical series of India and Australia was talked about between Michael Vaughan, Justin Langer, Mark Waugh. Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said, “I’m not ashamed of losing to India’s third team.” What a langer, wa laughed. Responding to Vaughan’s comment, Langer said, ‘I know we’re all kidding. Vaughan jokes about India’s second and third team, but the truth is that in a country where cricket is so appealing and one-half billion, if you pick the first eleven players it will be a very difficult team for you. Look.

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Langer praised the Indian youth players, saying: ‘There are a lot of good players out there and you have to catch them when you have the chance. We saw so many young talent, they were so tremendous. Unfortunately we were playing against them. Shubman Gill and Rishabh Pant played brilliant innings in the second innings, while Mohammad Siraj performed a spectacular bowling performance in the historic victory over Gabba. Pant won the team with four.

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