New Delhi. Australia won the Ashes series by defeating England by an innings and 14 runs in the third test played in Melbourne. The entire team of England was reduced to just 68 runs in the second innings. With this win, Australia took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the Ashes series. This is England’s 9th loss in Tests this year and equaled Bangladesh’s record for most Test losses in a calendar. Bangladesh had lost 9 Tests in a calendar year in 2003. This is England’s lowest score in the Ashes series in Australia since 1936.
Ashes Series The English team has been facing all-round criticism since the humiliating defeat in the third Test. England’s legendary player Joe Root himself is putting the captaincy and team in the dock. Former Indian opener of the occasion Wasim Jaffer also took full advantage and showed the mirror to former England captain Michael Vaughan and reminded him of a tweet on India 2 years ago.
Vaughan taunted India 2 years ago
Actually, Michael Vaughan had tweeted about a match between India and New Zealand in 2019. In this match, Team India was all out for 92 runs. Then Vaughan wrote that Team India was all out on 92. Can’t believe that any team can be all out within 100 runs even in today’s time.
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) December 28, 2021
Jaffa trolled Vaughan
Just on Vaughan’s tweet, Jaffer, showing the mirror, tweeted a video tagging him, in which Michael Vaughan had the same tweet 2 years old, in which he took a dig at Team India.
Vaughan also responded to this tweet of Wasim Jaffer and wrote – Very good Wasim.
Let us tell you that on the third day of Melbourne Test, Australia’s fast bowler Scott Boland broke the back of England’s batting. He took 6 wickets in 21 balls. England started playing 31 runs in the second innings on the third day, but none of the batsmen could survive and returned to the pavilion one by one. In the second innings too, captain Joe Root scored the highest 28 runs for England. Root scored 50 runs in the first innings. Apart from him, none of the England batsmen could survive. England lost 5 wickets within 8 runs in the second innings and 4 of their players were dismissed for 0.