Third Test: Michael Vaughan, Mark Waugh wrote cricket news on Twitter with Steve Smith

Australia vs India: Michael Vaughan, Mark Waugh in Twitter spat over Steve Smith controversy

AUS vs IND: Steve Smith said the controversy was moving away from India’s batting performance.© AFP

Former England captain Michael Vaughan said on Wednesday that he would like to see Steve smith Repeats his Sydney act of scattering his batting crease in Fourth and final Test against India in Gaba In Brisbane. On the fifth day of the third Test match between India and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Smith was seen batting at the crease and social media users started questioning the Australian batsman for his batting.


Vaughan had posted on Twitter about the rules of the game which make it clear as an attempt to change the nature of the pitch, with a reply from former Australia batsman Mark Waugh saying that he is studying in a state of nothing.

Waugh wrote, “You’ve lost your marshals to Vonnie. I’m more concerned about wasting time in modern sports.”

Responding to Vaughn, Vaughn said: “Are you struggling to read Junior … as I clearly said it wasn’t silly and cheating but laws are laws … btw let’s see Whether he continues to do in Brisbane if he does all the time. “

On Tuesday, Vaughn had taken a subtle jib at Smith, with action in the fourth test, with viewers now also eyeing drinks breaks.

Smith previously said he was shocked and disappointed To see the reaction that unfolded after scrambling in the area around the batting crease on the final day of the third Test against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).


Smith told the Daily Telegraph, “I am quite surprised and disappointed by the reaction to this. This is something that I do in the game to bowl.”, As reported by Fox Sports.

India and Australia will now face the fourth and final Test in Gaba, Brisbane, starting on Friday. The third Test between these two sides ended in a draw and the series is tied 1–1.

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