Michael Vaughan finally accepts defeat as he calls Team India ‘best test team of this era’

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan continued to praise the Indian cricket team after their resounding victory over England in the final test of the four-game series. The Indian cricket team beat England in the final match by one set and 25 points and won the four-game series 3-1.

The series started out as a disaster for the hosts as they were outclassed in all departments by the England cricket team in the first test played in Chennai. However, the Indian National Cricket Team showed great determination and courage to bounce back in the series and they did so by coming back and winning three matches on the trot.

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Michael Vaughan hails Indian squad for emphatic victory over England

Michael Vaughan has been the center of many attractions since the English tour began in India. He constantly fired shots at the management of the Indian team and the BCCI for setting up poor shots. However, he had to face a lot of backlash for his comments from fans and pundits.

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Michael Vaughan. Image-Twitter.

After India’s victory over England, even Michael Vaughan couldn’t help but call the Indian team the best test team of this era. He took to Twitter and wrote: “India have been way too good … the last 3 tests they absolutely hammered England … If they can win in England they are without a doubt the best test team of this era. . but it will take time against the swinging ball “

Team India reaches the absolute top

The Indian cricket team has now qualified for the final of the ICC World Test Championship which will take place on June 18 at the historic Lord’s Cricket Ground. The Indian cricket team will be shaking their horns with New Zealand, who had already booked a place in the final last month after completing their entire WTC series.

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Indian cricket team. Image credits: BCCI

After the victory, the Indian cricket team also led the ICC test team standings as they managed to win 5 of the last 8 test matches they played. New Zealand sits in second place, followed by the men in blue.

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