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Former England skipper Michael Vaughan was called out on Twitter by netizens after the ex-cricketer shared a noteworthy tweet about Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill during the 3rd ODI between India and New Zealand on Tuesday.

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan thoroughly enjoyed the batting performances of in-form openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill against New Zealand on Tuesday. Ending his century drought in the third and final One Day International (ODI) of the bilateral series, Indian skipper Rohit slammed his 30th ton in the 50-over format as the hosts posted a massive total at Indore.

While Indian skipper Rohit notched up his first ODI ton in three years, opener Gill continued his impressive run and smashed another century against the Black Caps in the bilateral series. Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, former England cricketer Vaughan came up with a huge claim after the hosts annihilated the Kiwi bowlers at Indore. “India’s commitment to play one-day cricket aggressively in the end has made them the absolute favorites to win this year’s Men’s World Cup… #INDvNZ,” Vaughn tweeted. Shortly after Vaughan shared his tweet, New Zealand made a remarkable comeback in the high-scoring competition. “You posted that tweet India lost 4 wickets,” one fan shouted to Vaughn on Twitter, causing his post to become the talk of the town on social media.

Speaking of his third ODI between India and New Zealand, veteran opener Rohit scored 85 to 101 balls as the Star Batters recorded their best opening his partnership against the Black Caps in a 50-over format. and Gill hit 112 balls from 78. After Rohit and Gill pushed India to 212 in 26 overs, Virat Kohli (36), Ishan Kishan (17) and Suryakumar Yadav (14) failed to get back to the start as India fell to 293-5 in 38.4 overs. I did.

All-rounder Hardik Pandya made an important guest appearance for the hosts, scoring an amazing half-century to help India win a huge sum. Pandya’s delightful 54/38 shot led India to her 385-9 in 50 overs. After taking the final swing with his racket, Pandya sacked the crucial wicket of New Zealand opener Finn Allen in one over.

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