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Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan’s India Biggest Underperformers Remark

Team India ran through a catastrophic failure during the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia recently. Everything was going smoothly for them until they met England in the semi-finals.

The Men in Blue hardly made their presence count as a team while trying to defend the target. They ended up on the receiving end, more often than not throughout the game.

England cricket team totally dominated the game and then humiliated Team India like a hot knife through butter. Jos Buttler and Co beat Team India by 10 wickets at Adelaide Oval.

In the wake of India’s exit from the competition, several experts and former cricketers launched a scathing attack on India’s lackluster performance in this T20 World Cup.

Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan's India Biggest Underperformers Remark
Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan’s India Biggest Underperformers Remark

The Men in Blue last won the ICC trophy back in 2013 when they won the Champions Trophy under the leadership of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Since then, they failed to win a trophy and there were plenty of near misses and bad performances especially in the semi-finals and finals of the ICC events.

READ MORE: Sam Curran Reckons Ben Stokes Should Have Won Player Of The Match in T20 World Cup Final

Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan’s India Biggest Underperformers Remark

Meanwhile, former England skipper, Michael Vaughan made a surprising comment on Team India, adding that India are the under-performing white-ball team in history.

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“India are the most underperforming white-ball team in history. I am just staggered by how they play T20 cricket for the talent they have.

They have the players, but just do not have the right process in place. They have to go for it. Why do they give the opposition bowlers the first five overs to bed in?” Vaughan had written in his column for The Telegraph.

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Meanwhile, India’s stand-in captain Hardik Pandya gave an epic reply to Michael Vaughan’s remark. “Obviously when you don’t do well, people will have their opinion, which we respect.

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“I understand people have different points of view. Being at the international level, I don’t think we need to prove anything to anyone. It’s a sport, you keep trying to get better and eventually when the result is supposed to happen it will happen.

“There are things we need to work on, going forward we will rectify and work on them,” Hardik Pandya told the reporters when he was asked about Vaughan’s remarks.

READ MORE: Ben Stokes Gives A Reply To A Presenter’s Double-Meaning Question, His Response Leave Everyone In Stitches

Team India ran through a catastrophic failure during the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia recently. Everything was going smoothly for them until they met England in the semi-finals.

The Men in Blue hardly made their presence count as a team while trying to defend the target. They ended up on the receiving end, more often than not throughout the game.

England cricket team totally dominated the game and then humiliated Team India like a hot knife through butter. Jos Buttler and Co beat Team India by 10 wickets at Adelaide Oval.

In the wake of India’s exit from the competition, several experts and former cricketers launched a scathing attack on India’s lackluster performance in this T20 World Cup.

Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan's India Biggest Underperformers Remark
Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan’s India Biggest Underperformers Remark

The Men in Blue last won the ICC trophy back in 2013 when they won the Champions Trophy under the leadership of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Since then, they failed to win a trophy and there were plenty of near misses and bad performances especially in the semi-finals and finals of the ICC events.

READ MORE: Sam Curran Reckons Ben Stokes Should Have Won Player Of The Match in T20 World Cup Final

Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan’s India Biggest Underperformers Remark

Meanwhile, former England skipper, Michael Vaughan made a surprising comment on Team India, adding that India are the under-performing white-ball team in history.

“India are the most underperforming white-ball team in history. I am just staggered by how they play T20 cricket for the talent they have.

They have the players, but just do not have the right process in place. They have to go for it. Why do they give the opposition bowlers the first five overs to bed in?” Vaughan had written in his column for The Telegraph.

Meanwhile, India’s stand-in captain Hardik Pandya gave an epic reply to Michael Vaughan’s remark. “Obviously when you don’t do well, people will have their opinion, which we respect.

“I understand people have different points of view. Being at the international level, I don’t think we need to prove anything to anyone. It’s a sport, you keep trying to get better and eventually when the result is supposed to happen it will happen.

“There are things we need to work on, going forward we will rectify and work on them,” Hardik Pandya told the reporters when he was asked about Vaughan’s remarks.

READ MORE: Ben Stokes Gives A Reply To A Presenter’s Double-Meaning Question, His Response Leave Everyone In Stitches

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Team India ran through a catastrophic failure during the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia recently. Everything was going smoothly for them until they met England in the semi-finals.

The Men in Blue hardly made their presence count as a team while trying to defend the target. They ended up on the receiving end, more often than not throughout the game.

England cricket team totally dominated the game and then humiliated Team India like a hot knife through butter. Jos Buttler and Co beat Team India by 10 wickets at Adelaide Oval.

In the wake of India’s exit from the competition, several experts and former cricketers launched a scathing attack on India’s lackluster performance in this T20 World Cup.

Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan's India Biggest Underperformers Remark
Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan’s India Biggest Underperformers Remark

The Men in Blue last won the ICC trophy back in 2013 when they won the Champions Trophy under the leadership of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Since then, they failed to win a trophy and there were plenty of near misses and bad performances especially in the semi-finals and finals of the ICC events.

READ MORE: Sam Curran Reckons Ben Stokes Should Have Won Player Of The Match in T20 World Cup Final

Hardik Pandya Replies To Michael Vaughan’s India Biggest Underperformers Remark

Meanwhile, former England skipper, Michael Vaughan made a surprising comment on Team India, adding that India are the under-performing white-ball team in history.

“India are the most underperforming white-ball team in history. I am just staggered by how they play T20 cricket for the talent they have.

They have the players, but just do not have the right process in place. They have to go for it. Why do they give the opposition bowlers the first five overs to bed in?” Vaughan had written in his column for The Telegraph.

Meanwhile, India’s stand-in captain Hardik Pandya gave an epic reply to Michael Vaughan’s remark. “Obviously when you don’t do well, people will have their opinion, which we respect.

“I understand people have different points of view. Being at the international level, I don’t think we need to prove anything to anyone. It’s a sport, you keep trying to get better and eventually when the result is supposed to happen it will happen.

“There are things we need to work on, going forward we will rectify and work on them,” Hardik Pandya told the reporters when he was asked about Vaughan’s remarks.

READ MORE: Ben Stokes Gives A Reply To A Presenter’s Double-Meaning Question, His Response Leave Everyone In Stitches

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