ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Winner Predicted by Michael Vaughan, Netizens Disagree With the Selected Teams
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Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has been an active user of social media and is always in the limelight because of his statements. On many occasions, he has also become a target of trolls and it happened again post England’s super-over victory against New Zealand in the fifth and final T20I in Auckland. Vaughan took to Twitter and predicted that the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 will be lifted by either England or Australia. However, his assumption was not appreciated by several cricket fans and the former cricketer faced a lot of bashing. ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Schedule For Free PDF Download Online.

“Early T20 World Cup prediction ... England or Australia will be winning it ... #JustSaying” wrote Vaughan on the micro-blogging website. England, who lifted the 50-over World Cup earlier this year, has emerged as a formidable force in white-ball cricket. On the other hand, Australia have also got stronger ever since the return of David Warner and Steve Smith, and have also bagged two T20I series on the trot. However, teams like New Zealand, Indian and West Indies have also been doing well in white-ball and can’t be ignored. Eventually, Vaughan’s statement didn’t go down well with netizens and here’s how they reacted. Michael Vaughan Slams Indian Test Pitches for Favouring Batsmen; Fans Hits Back by Reminding Him of English Conditions.

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King Kohli's Fans Disagree!!

Change of Rules Reminded to Vaughan!!

Beware of Jasprit Bumrah!!


West Indies Again??

The ICC World T20 2020 will be played in Australia and will go underway on October 18. In recent times, the cricket fans have witnessed some great clashes in the shortest international format as all the teams are leaving no stones unturned in their preparation for the showpiece tournament.  West Indies are the defending champions of the tournament and will seek to retain the title. While, teams like India, New Zealand, Australia, and England have played some great brand of cricket off-late and are expected to put up a great show in the tournament.