The Indian team got thrashed by New Zealand in the fourth ODI held at Seddon Park on Thursday. Team India’s performance is said to be one of the poorest batting performances in recent times, with all the players getting bowled out in a total of just 92 runs. The disappointing match also saw Trent Boult dismissing Rohit Sharma and debutant Shubman Gill in just 7 and 9 runs respectively. Following India's batting collapse, former England captain Michael Vaughan took the opportunity to take a jibe at the Indians. However, what followed next was totally unanticipated for him, we assume.
Taking to Twitter, the cricketer said that he couldn’t believe any team could be bowled out for less than 100 runs these days. Well, this didn’t go down well with a lot of netizens, who ended up trolling him mercilessly on Twitter. Many of them pointed out that England lost to West Indies in just 77 runs on day 2 of their first Test. Fans on social media reminded him of the same in the most hilarious ways.
As part of his tweet, Vaughan also highlighted that India got knocked out because the team was missing the ‘best batsmen’-MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli.
While Dhoni was unfit for the second match in a row, Kohli is on a break for the remaining ODI fixtures.