Srinagar: Making a brutal comeback after being taunted on Twitter for England’s humiliating defeat against Bangladesh former England skipper made a savage dig at Team India.
Forst it was former Indian opener Wasim Jaffer who rekindled his epic rivalry with Michael Vaughan on Twitter.
World champions in the shortest format of the game, Jos Buttler’s England were crushed by a high-flying Bangladesh side in the recently concluded three-match T20I series.
After Vaughan was called out by Jaffer, a Twitter user also poked fun at the Englishman.
The Twitter user sought Vaughan’s response after Bangladesh managed to blank Buttler and Co. 3-0 in the T20I series.
“Do Twitt (tweet) about world champion they lost in Bangladesh 3-0,” a Twitter user urged Vaughan to break his silence on the microblogging site.
Taking note of the remark, the former England skipper opted to hit back at Team India and their fans with a savage tweet.
“They did .. But they are still world champions .. England seem to be very good at peaking for the World cups now .. it’s a good trait to have .. India should try and follow suit,” Vaughan responded.
Meanwhile Opener Litton Das (73 off 57 balls) top-scored for the hosts as Shakib and Co. posted 158-2 in 20 overs. In reply, Buttler’s England only mustered 142-6 in 20 overs. Taskin Ahmed and Mustafizur Rahman shared 3 wickets in Bangladesh’s 16-run win over the Three Lions at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.