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Monday, April 12, 2021

After The Triumph, Indians Troll Michael Vaughan For Predicting A Whitewash

After defeating the host in 2nd test, Twitter started trolling Michael Vaughan for predicting a whitewash just after the 1st test.

After the 1st test, Indian fans were on the edge of their seats to troll and comment on the Indian team performance and coach Ravi Shastri. Soon after the damage, the Indian captain left for India, and now it was all on Ajinkya Rahane. No doubt, his captaincy proved that he is more than just a ‘standing captain’ for India.

He not only managed to lead the team from the front but his cricketing sense and understanding paved a way for a glorious victory. However, cricket is a game of ups and downs and you can never really predict the outcome based on your beliefs. And we think Michael Vaughan can’t agree more on this. He had predicted that India vs Australia series will be a whitewash in favor of the hosts.

And little did he know, even after excluding some big names from the team, India not only won the 2nd test but dominated the hosts in all the sessions. Further, after the commendable win, netizens in no time started resharing the tweet by Michael Vaughan and started trolling him for jumping on to the conclusion so soon.

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Mayuresh Patil
My Instagram says I am silent-ink, My Facebook says I am a Newsy Guy. And My Gmail says I am an Utter Chaos. To sum up, a combination of Creativity + Simplicity. Also, never underestimate the power of words.

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