ENG vs AUS 2018: Michael Vaughan criticises Australia's weakness against playing spin

Vaughan's comment will certainly trigger the Australian fans.

England bowlers have come up with a captivating performance in the overall series. (Getty)
Australia's disastrous tour of England has finally come to an end and so has their misery. Whitewashed in the ODI series, Australia lost the sole T20I as they failed to counter the spin of Adil Rashid. He was England's chief destroyer as he took 3 key wickets to stifle the Australian chase. 

However, former England skipper Michael Vaughan is in no mood to let Australia get over their misery. In a recent tweet, Vaughan has highlighted Australia's problems against spin very cheekily. 

In his tweet, he said  “Very consistent the Aussies … Won all 6 tosses … Lose all 6 games … And still can’t play Spin … Morning Australia … #OnOn”

As it turned out, Australia lost the match by 28 runs in their quest of chasing 222 for victory. Prior to that in the ODI series, England humbled Australia 5-0. Their batting certainly failed to counter the England spinners and this is where the absence of Steve Smith and David Warner was dearly felt by the Australian team. 

England now will play a full series against India starting July 3. The series comprises of 3T20Is, 3 ODIs and 5 Tests. 


By Anshuman Roy - 28 Jun, 2018

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