Michael Vaughan backs England to lift the ICC World Cup in 2047

England lifted their maiden World Cup trophy at Lord’s on July 14.

England poses with World Cup 2019 trophy | Getty Images

Michael Vaughan, former England captain and cricket pundit, is confident that his nation will win the 2047 edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup after impressing by their latest glory in the tournament.

The 44-year-old, who is known as one of the most popular and active sports personality on the social media and he once again made the most of his humor when he found his own futuristic photo on the internet, co-relating that with his country’s latest World Cup 2019 triumph against New Zealand.

Actually, it was all started with a mobile application FaceApp – which has been trending all over the internet currently with the timelines of the celebrities have been flooded with their aging filter photos.

While the popular application has been on everyone's mind with its aging filter, no one shy from sharing their old version on the social media and Vaughan was also found his 80-year-old version shared by a user on Twitter with a funny caption.

In the picture, Vaughan was looking old with white hair and spectacles on and the fan jokingly captioned the picture: “@MichaelVaughan sir you in 2047 World Cup. Just saying.....?????????”.

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The former England captain will be 72 when the mega event would be played in 2047, though, Vaughan was also at his funny best, saying England would win the World Cup that year as well.


By Rashmi Nanda - 19 Jul, 2019

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