Michael Vaughan stuck praising Ben Stokes! Twitter users trolled fiercely by reminding Virat Kohli

Michael Vaughan Tweet: England defeated Pakistan by 75 runs in the first test match. In this way, the England team has gone ahead 1-0 in the 3-Test series. At the same time, after this match, former England captain Michael Vaughan tweeted on captain Ben Stokes. This tweet of Michael Vaughan is becoming increasingly viral on social media. After Ben Stokes of Michael Vaughan, Indian fans on social media are reminding him of former Indian captain Virat Kohli. In fact, when Ben Stokes declared England’s innings, Pakistan needed 343 runs in almost 100 overs to win the match.

I don’t know any other captain in Test cricket…

Michael Vaughan tweeted after England’s win against Pakistan that it was one of the best Test wins in history. He further wrote that I do not know any other captain in Test cricket, who encouraged his team to bat like this. Also, the way England captain Ben Stokes declared the innings is unbelievable. After this tweet of Michael Vaughan, the fans trolled him by reminding him of Virat Kohli.

Oli Robinson became the player of the match

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On the other hand, talking about this match, Pakistan had to face defeat by 74 runs. In this way, the England team has gone ahead 1-0 in the 3-Test series. Pakistan needed 342 runs to win the match, but the hosts were bundled out for 268 runs. In this way Ben Stokes’ team won the match by 74 runs. However, after 22 years, England has won Test matches on Pakistan’s soil. Saud Shakeel scored the most runs in the second innings for Pakistan. He played an inning of 76 runs in 159 balls. Oli Robinson, who bowled brilliantly for England, was adjudged Player of the Match.

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