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Michael Vaughan Feels India’s ‘Old School’ Tactics Might Cost Them In All Formats

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Sydney: Former England captain Michael Vaughan thinks that the Virat Kohli-led Indian team is a throwback to the ‘old days’ with just five bowling options and batting not being deep enough.

Vaughan took to his Twitter accounts to express his views after the Indian bowling attack was taken to the cleaners by a ruthless Australian batting-unit- led by centuries from skipper Aaron Finch and Steven Smith.

“Early call … I think Australia will beat India this tour in all formats convincingly,” he wrote.

Vaughan didn’t like the “old school” mentality of playing five specialist bowlers which backfired badly. “This Indian ODI team is too (sic) old school for me …. Just 5 bowling options & the batting isn’t deep enough.”

“India’s over rate is appalling … !!! Body language defensive … fielding is my standard (shocking) … Bowling ordinary !!! Aussies on the other hand have been outstanding … Long tour for India me thinks,” he tweeted.

India suffered a crushing defeat in the series opener against Australia. India’s bowling and fielding effort cost them the match.

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