Michael Vaughan trolls Justin Langer for the defeat against India and gets a fitting reply


India suffered the first wave of coronavirus in 2020 which led them to postpone the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League. After few months, BCCI planned to host the competition in UAE and finished it without any interruptions.

Then India toured Australia for a bilateral series against hosts. They lost the ODI series by 2-1 against Australia and made a strong comeback in the T20Is and sealed the series as same as Australia did in ODI.

India continued the same momentum in the Test series as well. The first Test ended in a draw whereas the second one was dominated by the hosts. But India was successful to win the third game.

The fourth Test match resulted in a draw and Virat Kohli took paternity leave to fly back home. Ajinkya Rahane was named as the captain for the final match and he did his job very well. India won the 5th and final Test match at the Gabba and created history. 

Michael Vaughan trolled Justin Langer for their defeat against India:

After a historic win, a plethora of former cricketers conducted some shows about India's performance against Australia. In one of the shows, Michael Vaughan and Justin Langer had joined with Mark Vaughan and Brendon Julian's interaction show.

Both of them shared their thoughts and point of view between the two giants India and Australia. During the conversation, Michael Vaughan hilariously joked and trolled Justin Langer and said "There is no shame in losing to India’s 3rd XI."

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Justin Langer gave him a fitting reply to the 46-year-old and added "I know we all joke. Vaughany (Michael Vaughan) jokes about Team India’s second and third XI. But the truth is, in a country of one and a half billion people, who love cricket, if you make the first XI, you are going to have a pretty tough team.

There will be pretty good players, and when the opportunity comes, you have got to be ready to grab them. We saw that exceptional young talent, they were fierce. Unfortunately, we were on the wrong side of the ledger."