IND vs NZ 4th ODI: Michael Vaughan Tries to Troll India After Batting Collapse, Fans Remind Him of England’s Recent Debacle Against Windies
Fans were quick to remind Michael Vaughan of England's 77 All Out last week. (Photo: Getty Images)

After India were bowled out for just 92 runs against New Zealand in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) at the Seddon Park in Hamilton, former England captain Michael Vaughan took a jibe at the Men in Blue and tried to troll them. Vaughan, as appeared by his tweet, was surprised how a team can be bowled out for under hundred runs in the contemporary cricket. The former English captain’s tweet was perhaps sarcastic in nature.

However, fans were quick to remind him that last week England were bundled out for just 77 runs against Windies. During the first Test against Windies at Bridgetown, England managed to score just 77 runs in their first innings. The visitors eventually lost the Test match by 381 runs. India Bowled Out for 92 Against New Zealand, Here’s the List of Indian Cricket Team’s Lowest Totals in ODIs.

In response to Vaughan’s jibe, a Twitter user wrote, “We know it is a bad score but it is better than 77 all out in test.... Have you ever tweeted that.” Another user wrote, “A depleted Indian side without Kohli & Dhoni got all out for 91 [sic] vs 3rd Ranked team NZ. A full strength England team got all out for 77 vs 8th Ranked West Indies. :))))) LoL... Really Unbelievable :)” Not Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni is India’s 'Mr Dependable', Twitterati React After Men in Blue Bundled Out for 92 in 4th ODI vs New Zealand

Here’s Vaughan’s tweet

And the reactions that followed

After bundling out India for just 92 runs, New Zealand completed the chase on 14.4 overs at the loss of Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson’s wickets. This was Blackcaps’ first win of the series, which is already pocketed by India. Shubman Gill Makes Debut, Handed Team India Cap by MS Dhoni Ahead of IND vs NZ 4th ODI

India came into the match with an unassailable 3-0 lead. With Virat Kohli rested for the remainder of the New Zealand tour, Rohit Sharma, who was playing his 200th ODI, was leading the side. India were also without the services of wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni, who is nursing a sore hamstring.