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England’s performance declined after the win against India in Chennai: Michael Vaughan

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England’s performance declined after the win against India in Chennai: Michael Vaughan

In the ongoing Ashes series in Australia, the visiting team England is trailing 0-2. In the first Test played at the Gabba, where England lost by 9 wickets, in the Adelaide Test, the hosts beat them by a huge margin of 275 runs. In both the matches, except for Joe Root and David Malan, all the England batsmen disappointed. Former captain Michael Vaughan attributed this disappointing performance of the English team to the victory in Chennai against India. Vaughan says it was hard for England to rest players and give opportunities to other players for the rest of the series after winning the Chennai Test by 227 runs earlier this year. Its effect is clearly visible in the Ashes series.

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England’s rotation policy has become a debatable issue in the cricketing world. When he played a four-match Test series against India in February and March, many of his team’s main players were involved. After that those players were rested. In the end the result was that England were knocked out of the final race of the World Test Championship after losing the series 1-2.

He said, “The main reason for losing the series in India was when England won in Chennai and started making changes in the team in the upcoming matches. At that time I thought they were focusing on T20 matches and not on Test series. Test cricket over the years has been a format that always needs more attention.

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Vaughan was furious with England players after they sought permission to pull out of the two-match Test series at home against New Zealand in order to participate in IPL 2021.

(With IANS Inputs)

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