'Rain always saves English' - Fans troll Michael Vaughan after he tweets 'rain saving India'

‘Rain always saves English’ – Fans troll Michael Vaughan after he tweets ‘rain saving India’

Vaughan, like always, is again in the limelight for his post.

Michael Vaughan
Michael Vaughan. (Photo by Visionhaus/Getty Images)

Former England captain Michael Vaughan is renowned for his witty comments and remarks on Twitter. His tweets often make rounds and attract a lot of reactions from the users. However, yet again, the former cricketer is back with a cheeky tweet. On day five of the first Test between England and India where rain has interrupted the play, Vaughan has found a way to entertain the onlookers.

After bundling up the hosts at 303, India looked in good control and seemed to be the favorites to win the first Test. India needs 157 more runs to win on Day 5 and have nine wickets in hand but the weather played its part as the game is delayed due to rain. This prompted Michael Vaughan to make a funny remark on the situation. He took it to Twitter and wrote: “Looks like Rain may be saving Indian here … 😜 #ENGvIND”

Michael Vaughan posts a hilarious Tweet on the England-India series

Vaughan always is in the limelight for his posts. He also often gets into light debates with India’s Wasim Jaffer. The tussle between the two is highly anticipated and enjoyed by the fans. Both of them leave no opportunity to take a lighter dig at each other and that goes on to get viral all over the internet. Vaughan is always very active on his social media accounts and keeps putting posts frequently. He also recently Tweeted to congratulate England red ball captain Joe Root for his century in the ongoing test.

Talking about his recent comment on rain saving the India side, it is a no-brainer that this tweet from him caught the attention of the users as they went berserk and came up with replies. The tweet was flooded with a lot of reactions from the cricket on-lookers who put up their thoughts and replied in huge numbers. Some of the users trolled Vaughan by posting varied gifs on the tweet, while some of them also termed him as a funny guy.

The fans are also making fun of the English weather and seem to be disappointed about it. The Test series between the two nations was highly awaited and thus the interruption due to weather has not gone down well with the audiences.

Here is how some of the fans have reacted to Vaughan’s Tweet: