Mumbai Indians are a better T20 team than India, jokes Michael Vaughan

AHMEDABAD: Former England skipper Michael Vaughan trolled the Indian side after England restricted hosts to 124/7 in the first T20I at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Friday.

India got off to the absolute worst beginning as the hosts lost two major wickets inside the initial three overs. And keeping in mind that Shreyas Iyer safeguarded the hosts from early blows the Virat Kohli-drove side was simply ready to score 124 runs in the 20 overs.

Vaughan said multiple times IPL champions Mumbai Indians are a preferable side over Team India in the most limited arrangement of the game.

“The @mipaltan are a preferable T20 group over @BCCI !!! #JustSaying #INDvENG,” Vaughan tweeted.

In the wake of being four down with 48 sudden spikes in demand for board in the initial ten overs, Shreyas and Hardik Pandya safeguarded India as the hosts crossed the 100-run mark in the seventeenth over.

In any case, Archer in the eighteenth over gave only three runs and eliminated Hardik and Shardul Thakur on successive balls to shock India’s advancement. Wickets continued succumbing to India toward one side however Shreyas (67) kept on playing his shots before Dawid Malan pulled off a screamer at fine leg.

In the last three overs, India scored only 22 runs and lost three wickets politeness of some fine passing over bowling by the English side.

Jofra Archer and Adil Rashid furnished England with a fantasy start and Mark Wood at that point broadened the guests’ advantage in the match by eliminating Shikhar Dhawan in the fifth over.

Wicket-attendant batsman Rishabh Pant played some quality shots however couldn’t make an effect. He first opposite flicked Archer for a six and afterward crushed a four to dial down some pressing factor yet Dhawan’s wicket in the fifth over put England steering the ship.

Toward the finish of the six overs, India was 22/3. It is additionally the hosts’ second-least powerplay score in T20Is. Gasp then alongside Shreyas Iyer sewed a 28-run represent the fourth wicket before he holed out to Bairstow leaving India at 48/4 of every 10 overs.

Shreyas proceeded with his danger free batting yet Hardik Pandya creamed a six and a four as soon he came into bat. In the following five overs, India scored 35 runs without losing a wicket.

Shreyas before long joined the gathering and hammered consecutive fours in Archer’s third over as India hoped to polish off the innings on a high. The right-gave batsman scored his third 50 years in only 36 balls as India crossed the 100-run mark in 17 overs.

In any case, Archer hit with two wickets in the eighteenth over as England organized a rebound. Eventually, India was simply ready to score 124/7 in the 20 overs



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