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Michael Vaughan again made fun of the Indian team, now took a dig at Ravi Shastri’s viral comment

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Ravi Shastri’s on air dump comment went viral after India’s batting collapse

Michael Vaughan and Ravi Shastri (Getty Image)

In the Cape Town Test against South Africa, the Indian team was all out for 153 runs in its first innings and during this it had lost 6 wickets without scoring any runs. Ravi Shastri commented on this, which created a stir on the internet. His ‘dump’ comment sparked a flood of reactions on social media.

Ravi Shastri, who was part of the Star Sports broadcasting panel, was in Australia some time ago for the first Test between Australia and Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and was associated with Fox Cricket. He was doing commentary. So, when Mark Waugh and Michael Vaughan saw the viral video of Shastri’s ‘dump’ comment, they couldn’t control themselves.

Michael Vaughan scoffed

Former Australian batsman Mark Waugh expressed concern over Shastri’s dump comment, while Michael Vaughan’s reaction was unexpected.

First Mark Waugh asked, ‘Does dump mean the same thing in India as it does in England?’, then the presenter replied, ‘I think it does.’

Meanwhile, Michael Vaughn responded and said, ‘Honestly, I want my dump to last a little longer than this.’

At this moment, the three presenters, Michael Vaughan and Mark Waugh could not control their laughter.

Here is the viral video-

The Cape Town Test match between India and South Africa lasted only for one and a half days. In this thrilling match, Rohit Sharma and company won by 7 wickets, which is India’s first Test win in Cape Town. With this, the two-match series also ended in a tie at 1-1. On series tie, Shastri said that the two-Test series is a ‘waste of time’. He believes that instead of an ODI series, it would have been better if there was a five-match series between India and South Africa.

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