Since new management arrived in April, Michael Vaughan believes there has been a tremendous change, and he can’t remember an eight-month stretch of the England team that has been better.
In simple words, they have won the T20 World Cup and nine out of ten test matches. In Test cricket, they have beaten New Zealand, the reigning world champions, India who bested them the year before, South Africa after a comeback and now Pakistan where it is extremely difficult to capture 20 wickets.
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Due to the aggressive style they executed, they didn’t achieve just that; they were totally outmatched. They have generated excitement and are playing Test cricket in a way that has never been done before. It seems to be a gang of boys playing in the street.
Michael Vaughan greets the England men’s cricket team
Michael Vaughan posted on Twitter after the English team’s victory today, declaring the last 7 months of English men’s cricket the best of all time and is more than happy to argue his point. The former England captain wrote:
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“I will say the last 7 months of English men’s cricket are the best ever…9 out of 10 Test wins playing a brand we’ve never witnessed before and one WC win…more than happy to argue my point with a pint.. #PAKvsESP”
I will argue that the last 7 months of English men’s cricket are the greatest of all time…9 out of 10 Test wins playing a brand we have never witnessed before and one WC win…more than happy to discuss my point with a pint . #PAKvsENG
—Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) December 20, 2022
England sweeps cleanup in Pakistan
On Tuesday 20 December, at the National Stadium in Karachi, England won the third and final Test of the series by an impressive eight wicket margin against Pakistan. This marks the first time that one team has completely dominated Pakistan during a test series at home.
For the visitors, Day 4 was really a formality because the Test had already been decided the day before. Ben Duckett (82*) and Ben Stokes (35*) helped the visitors cross the finish line in under an hour on Tuesday with 55 runs required, capping off a successful series.
Half-centuries from Babar Azam (78) and Agha Salman helped Pakistan, who batted first in the match, produce a respectable total of 304 (56). England reached 354 in their first innings thanks to a superb century from Harry Brook, as well as half-centuries from Ollie Pope (51) and Ben Foakes (64).
The guests later dismissed the hosts with just 216 runs in their second innings, with rookie Rehan Ahmed picking up a wicket. Stokes and Company completed the series sweep after hitting the set target of 167 in 28.1 overs.
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