Former Ashes winning England captain Michael Vaughan was at his funny best when he was craned mid-air with a box of chicken nuggets. Vaughan joked that it was the best view to watch his home country play as he couldn’t see much of the on-field action.
Vaughan has urged the beleaguered Ashes tourists to abandon their “cautious” style of playing and unleash an aggressive and entertaining brand of cricket, regardless of the result in the ongoing Sydney Test.
Vaughan took over from Nasser Hussain in 2003 and took a functional team and turned them into a great one, by playing a thrilling brand of cricket in the greatest Test series of all time in 2005.
According to the Mirror, Vaughan believes that in order to beat the likes of Australia in their own turf and South Africa in their (England’s) backyard, England must be prepared to unleash an aggressive and entertaining brand of cricket and put aside their dimensional style of squeezing the opposition that has served them so well in recent years.
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