‘Looking for commentary alternative in IPL?’ Twitterati after Michael Vaughan praises India girls’s win over Australia

Indian girls’s cricket workforce made positive to deliver smiles to tens of millions of followers after they ended the 26-match unbeaten streak of Australia in ODIs at Harrup Park on Sunday. This was India’s highest-ever profitable chase in ODIs.

Team India did lose the sequence 1-2, but it surely might have been the other manner round because the guests suffered heartbreak within the second ODI as due to some misfields and a no-ball within the closing over the Australian facet romped to residence scoring 13 runs within the closing over as they chased down a rating of 275.

The third match too went to the ultimate over and it was a redemption for Jhulan Goswami, who had confronted heartbreak within the 2nd ODI after India had been denied a win.

While the sequence loss was felt by cricket followers, they absolutely loved India ending the house facet’s historic 26-match profitable streak within the 50-over format that began towards the identical opponents as captain Mithali Raj talked about after the sport.

As netizens praised the ladies’s workforce efforts, one shock reward got here from former England captain Michael Vaughan. The former cricketer, who has at all times been essential when it got here to the Indian workforce, shocked Twitterati after he retweeted Smriti Mandhana’s publish and wrote, “Fantastic win .. Well done”.

Soon after, netizens began asking him the explanation for the sudden reward and even needed to know if he was in search of a job alternative within the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021.

As for the ladies’s groups victory, many cricketers – present and former, specialists and even followers need India to have a Women’s IPL. As home franchise competitions within the UK (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy, The Hundred) and Australia (Big Bash League) have led to an enchancment within the high quality of cricket, many need BCCI to have a full-fledged league with no less than 5 or 6 groups. 

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