India vs New Zealand: Michael Vaughan Shredded Over “India Saved By Weather” Tweet On WTC Final | Cricket News

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Michael Vaughan tried to have a laugh at India’s expense, but fans did not let him off easy.© Instagram




Rain played spoilsport on Day 1 of the much-anticipated final of the World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand in Southampton. While the players wait for some clarity on the match, social media is abuzz with memes and jokes about the title clash. Former England captain Michael Vaughan was one of those to join in on the jokes as he took a swipe at the Indian team. “I see India have been saved by the weather,” Vaughan teased on Twitter.

Vaughan immediately faced the ire of Indian supporters.

“I see ur prediction saved by weather,” shot back one user.

“Just like England got WC by boundaries,” wrote another.

“Joke of the century …..keep it up man,” quipped another user.

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There were several other tweets and memes that followed in response to Vaughan’s tweet.

The toss was delayed due to the rain, and it was announced that there would be no play in the first session in Southampton.

Team India are going into the WTC final with just a few practice sessions and an intra-squad match under their belt while New Zealand are fresh from a Test series win over hosts England.

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