It was a brilliant day for Kiwis Cricket Team, who dismantled Indians in all sections of the game. They have made the mockery of Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni-less Indian batting lineup with their brilliant piece of fast bowling. Meanwhile, Michael Vaughan, who always got the close eye on Indian cricket tried to take a jibe at Indian batting.

The former English cricketer quoted in his tweet that he can’t imagine any team being bundled out for such a cheap score in these days. Perhaps, Vaughan failed to mention the format of the game and also forgot that his own country was bundled out for 77 runs on the other day against Windies side in Test cricket.

It certainly made fans go hard at him, who repeatedly trolled Michael Vaughan by posting the scorecard of England 77-all-out against Windies. Few of them highlighted the fact that England is playing full strength squad against an 8th ranked team while India played without Virat and Dhoni against a 3rd ranked team.

India vs New Zealand 2019, Michael Vaughan
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Digging into his tweet, it read ”92 all out India … Can’t believe any team would get bowled out for under a 100 these days.”

Coming to the match,Β initially, it was Trent Boult and Colin de Grandhomme show, who rattled the defence of Indian batting attack. They exploited the weakness of Indians pretty smartly to bundle out there for 92 runs on the board. Then, Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls made it look easy while chasing.

However, the hosts have avoided the chance of being whitewashed at home by Indian National Cricket Team. Now, they would like to repeat the same in the final ODI to see the series scoreline look better on the paper.

Kane Williamson, India vs New Zealand 2019
New Zealand won the fourth ODI by eight wickets (Credits: Getty)

Meanwhile, Indian National Cricket Team faced their heaviest loss in the One Day Format of the game, as far as the ball left while defending the tally is concerned. Apart from all those, India has already sealed the series victory.

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