‘The World Cup Is Right Around The Corner And They Have Something Going’-Michael Vaughan Points Out The Change In The Indian Team That Will Be Terrifying For The Oppositions

Michael Vaughan, who used to be the captain of England, has been very impressed with the new way Team India has been batting under Rohit Sharma. Even though the visitors lost wickets almost every time in the second T20I at Edgbaston, they kept attacking the England bowlers.

Vaughan says that this was likely one of the main reasons why India was still able to put up a competitive score. The 47-year-old also praised Ravindra Jadeja for his important cameo that helped the visitors get to 170 when they were in trouble.

What did Michael Vaughan say?

Vaughan told Cricbuzz after the game why this might be the best way for the Men in Blue to do things with the T20 World Cup coming up soon. He said:


“Jadeja deserves a lot of credit for getting them from 100/5 to 170. It’s the first time I’ve seen India think that if they can keep up this attitude, aggression, and skill with the ball, and when you think about what KL Rahul can add to this team along with 1-2 players who can hit it far, the World Cup is right around the corner and they’ve got something going on at the right time.”

Team India needs to gain momentum before the T20 World Cup: Zaheer Khan

The former Indian pacer, Zaheer Khan, who was on the panel with Vaughan, agreed with what the former England captain had to say. Even though a bilateral series is very different from a tournament with many teams, the 43-year-old thinks that these series wins will give the Men in Blue much-needed confidence.

He said: “You talk a lot about moving forward. The Indian team’s form in the weeks before the tournament will be very important. As the tournament gets closer, they should keep building their confidence. England is not an easy team to beat, that’s for sure. So, when you do well against a good team, it makes you think you might be able to win the big one in a few months.”


In the last T20I on Sunday at Trent Bridge, the visitors will try to be as harsh as possible as they try to win the series 3-0.

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