Vaughan Criticized India’s Decision Of Not Including Kuldeep Yadav !! Check The Replies He Received

India ended the day one of first test against England by picking up just three wickets and conceded 263 runs. England captain Joe Root is still in the crease after scoring a mammoth century and acting as a threat for the Indian team. India lacking an experienced spinner like Jadeja or Kuldeep was evident and reactions regarding the same keeps surfacing in the Internet. As Jaddu is not available for the first two tests due to a thumb injury, fans expected Kuldeep Yadav to take place in the team but the management went with freshers Washington Sundar and Shahbaz Nazeem.

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Along with many fans, former England captain Michael Vaughan who is known for his tweets against team India, uploaded a tweet criticizing the move of team India. He questioned when the spinner would get a chance to play the game if he is not going to play in his home with the injury of prominent players such as Bhuvaneshwar KUmar, Shami, Jadeja and Axar patel.

“Ridiculous decision by #India not to play @imkuldeep18 !!! If he isn’t going to play at home with the injuries they have when is he going to play !!! #INDvENG” his tweet read.

The most unexpected part about the tweet of Vaughan is the replies he received for it from the fans of Indian cricket team. Most of them asked him not to comment about the internal matters of team India, in a way of trolling the tweet uploaded by Sachin tendulkar on Wednesday.

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Film director C.S Amudhan wrote “Who are you to interfere in our internal matters? We will never let the sovereignty of our nation be compromised.” to troll the stand took by Sachin Tendulkar in the Farmers protest issue.

Check out some of such reactions below :

It all started when Sachin Tendulkar wrote ““India’s sovereignty cannot be compromised. External forces can be spectators but not participants. Indians know India and should decide for India. Let’s remain united as a nation. #IndiaTogether #IndiaAgainstPropaganda” in his tweet while responding to the tweets of International celebrities such as Rihanna, Greta, Meena Harris and Mia Khalifa who supported the protests of farmers in India.


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