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“Still Following Divide And Rule Policy?” Fans Roast Michael Vaughan For Distasteful Comment

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has once again come under the scanner for his distasteful comment after the fourth T20I between India and England on March 18 (Thursday) at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The former cricketer is known for his controversial statements on microblogging site Twitter and he was at it once again.

Meanwhile, India pulled back things to beat England by eight runs to level the series at 2-2. Suryakumar Yadav and Shreyas Iyer starred with the bat to put a challenging total which proved to be enough for Virat Kohli & Co to seal the tie. The visiting side had their moments with Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow unleashing a carnage but Indian bowlers especially Hardik Pandya bowled exceedingly well to take the game home.

Michael Vaughan faces fans wrath

Michael Vaughan has been behind the Indian team ever since the tour began and he has had to face the wrath of the Indian cricketing fraternity on multiple occasions throughout the tour so far. Ever since the white-ball series began, Michael Vaughan has been advocating the inclusion of more and more Mumbai Indians’ players in the Indian team.

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The veteran was it again when he highlighted the importance of Mumbai Indians players after India’s eight-wicket victory over England in the fourth tie.

Just a thought … @surya_14kumar Mumbai Indian … @hardikpandya7 Mumbai Indian … @ImRo45 captaincy Mumbai Indian !!!! @mipaltan #JustSaying #INDvENG,” Michael Vaughan wrote on Twitter. 

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Twitter went ablaze soon after Michael Vaughan tweeted this. Indian fans slammed the former cricketer calling him out for trying to implement the divide and rule policy among the current Indian cricketers just like his ancestors did many years ago in India.

Here is how the Twitter reacted:

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