Sourav Ganguly, praised to the victory at the Oval; former English captain reacted instantly

In the Oval Test against England, the Indian cricket team made a tremendous comeback and won the match. Team India established a 2-1 lead in the five-match Test series after winning the fourth match.

Sourav Ganguly, the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, sent out a wonderful tweet following India’s 157-run win. Former England captain Michael Vaughan became uncomfortable after viewing his tweet, and he reacted quickly.

Sourav Ganguly On Massive Victory

In the Oval Test match, India defeated England with a massive victory. The Indian side was only able to score 191 runs in the first innings after losing the toss. In the first innings, England scored 290 runs to create a dominating 99-run lead against India.

India not only made a comeback after falling behind, but also scored a massive 466 runs and set England a big goal of 368 runs. The entire England squad could only score 210 runs on the last day of the contest due to Team India’s superb bowling. India won by a massive 157-run margin.

Here’s the Tweet

Following Squad India’s remarkable success, BCCI President and former captain Ganguly tweeted not only congratulating the team but also stating that Indian cricket is now at the forefront of the world. Brilliant performance, wrote Ganguly.

Your abilities make a difference, but your ability to handle pressure is the most important factor. Cricket in India is well ahead of the rest of the globe.

Reply From Michael Vaughan

Due to Ganguly’s tweet, former England captain Van responded instantly, writing, “Test cricket will be ahead, not white ball cricket” (ODI and T20 cricket).


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