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Wasim Jaffer hilariously trolls Michael Vaughan after England’s series loss to New Zealand

New Zealand won the recently concluded two-match series against England by a margin of 1-0. The visitors performed in all three departments- batting, bowling and fielding. Though six changes were made to the Black Caps’ playing XI in the second game, they emerged victorious, baffling the opposition. Thus, NZ won their first-ever series in England after 22 years.
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Cricket: England's batting line-up is fragile, says Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan has hit out at the English batsmen, expressing they get no opportunity of winning the Ashes later in the year on the off chance that they continue with their fragile batting show. England gave in on day three of the second Test in Edgbaston against New Zealand. The...
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'Fragile' England will have 'no chance' in Ashes - Michael Vaughan

England have "no chance" of regaining the Ashes in Australia if their batting continues to be "fragile", says former captain Michael Vaughan. Joe Root's side face a series defeat by New Zealand after being reduced to 122-9 - leading by 37 - on the third day of the second Test at Edgbaston.
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'The witch hunt has to stop!': Ex-England captain Michael Vaughan calls for end to cricket's 'ridiculous' Twitter row as team don anti-discrimination shirts at start of today's match

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan has called for an end to the 'witch hunt' into players' historical tweets. The ex-batsman, 46, branded the weaponising of old posts as 'utterly ridiculous' and 'no one' was offended by them when they were written. His old teammate Michael Atherton also weighed into...
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Salman Butt lashes out at Michael Vaughan for his Kohli-Williamson comparison

Salman Butt, former Pakistan opener, has slammed ex-England captain Michael Vaughan for stirring unnecessary debates on social media. Butt believes that Vaughan’s recent comments on Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson need not be given any attention. In 2005, Vaughan became the first English skipper to win an Ashes series since...
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Michael Vaughan picks combined XI of England and New Zealand ahead of their two-match Test series

England and New Zealand are set to face each other in the much-awaited Test series that starts next month. The two-match Test leg will begin at Lords Cricket Ground in London on June 02. Similarly, the final Test will be played from June 10 to 14 at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Before the Test series, the Kiwis will play a 4-day Practice Match against County team Somerset.
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Michael Vaughan recalls how India upended Australia to win the Border-Gavaskar trophy 2020-21

Michael Vaughan has heaped praises on Team India for their heroics in the Australia tour of 2020-21. The series wasn’t all sunshine for the Indian team, who were dismissed for a paltry score of 36 runs in the first Test at Adelaide. Talking about the same on Friday, Vaughan pointed out that the visitors weren’t taken seriously by their opponents after the first loss.
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Michael Vaughan bats for the continuation of IPL 2021 amid rising COVID-19 cases in India; explains the reason

India is currently facing the coronavirus pandemic’s second wave, and due to it, many people have raised a question over the continuation of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021. Recently, former Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Akhtar expressed his concern about the COVID-19 situation in India, urging the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to stop the ongoing fourteenth season of the cash-rich league.
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'Will cow corner be banned so as not to upset vegans?': Former England captain Michael Vaughan backs the Hundred to rival the IPL and galvanise English cricket... but warns it MUST drop 'gimmicky changes for change's sake' like calling wickets 'outs'

Plans to change cricketing terms such as 'wickets' into 'outs' make The Hundred look gimmicky, warned ex-England captain Michael Vaughan. The Hundred is a new competition starting this summer, where each side have 100 deliveries and is designed to be accessible, appealing to those who might not already be fans.