IND vs ENG: BCCI Prez Sourav Ganguly declares, ‘India cricket way ahead of the rest’ but Michael Vaughan disagrees – Check hilarious banter – Team India registered a thumping win against England in the fourth Test at Oval by 157 runs on Monday. With this win, the Indian team took a 2-1 lead in the five-match Test series. The win was a special one as this was India’s first-ever victory at Oval in the last 50 years. Many former players congratulated Team India on Twitter after their fantastic win. Following the trend, former India captain and BCCI President Sourav Ganguly also wrote on Twitter that India is far ahead of the rest. Replying to the tweet, England’s former captain Michael Vaughan disagreed with Ganguly’s comment.
BCCI President Ganguly while praising Virat Kohli’s men wrote on Twitter, “Great show ..The skill is the difference but the biggest difference is the absorbing power of pressure..indian cricket is far ahead then the rest @BCCI.”
Great show ..The skill is the difference but the biggest difference is the absorbing power of pressure..indian cricket is far ahead then the rest @BCCI
— Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) September 6, 2021
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Replying to the Tweet Michael Vaughan wrote,” In Test cricket .. not White ball cricket,”
In Test cricket .. not White ball cricket 👍 https://t.co/t5M3HQTB1c
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) September 6, 2021
Vaughan is famous for his witty tweets on cricket which are mostly against India. He loves poking Indian fans and engaging in banter with former India cricketers. However, Ganguly chose not to react on Vaughan’s replay.
However Vaughan does not always tweet against Indian cricket. “Sometimes you have to accept that a Team is better than you when the pressure is on … India are better when it really matters,” read one of his earlier tweets.
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Earlier, England head coach Chris Silverwood has said that credit needs to be given to Virat Kohli-led Team India as they know how to fight back from difficult situations.
“If we’re being truthful, I would like to have gone further past them at that point, that’s going to be the opportunity to really put pressure on the Indians. We failed to do that so it’s something we’ll reflect on in the dressing room and talk about amongst ourselves,” Silverwood told Sky Sports, as reported by ESPNcricinfo.