India suffered a crushing defeat to New Zealand in the T20 World Cup final on Sunday.


India has suffered yet another humiliating loss at the current T20 World Cup in England.

India was thrashed by New Zealand by an innings and eight wickets in Dubai.

In his analysis of the World Cup so far, Michael Vaughan criticized India’s performance.

The Virat Kohli-led side suffered its second straight defeat in the T20 World Cup, which dealt a major blow to India’s chances of making it to the semifinals.

It was India’s second straight defeat in the T20 World Cup, and the team led by Virat Kohli now has little chance of making it past the quarterfinals. After being put in to bat first at the Dubai International Stadium, India failed miserably against New Zealand’s pace attack, scoring just 110 runs in their allotted 20 overs. It took the Kane Williamson-led Blackcaps only eight wickets and 33 deliveries to reach their target. After a humiliating 10-wicket loss to archrival Pakistan in their opening match, India’s defeat to New Zealand dropped them to fifth place in Group 2 on net run rate, just ahead of relative minnows Scotland.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan reacted to the game by criticizing India’s performance thus far in the tournament.

Even with all their talent, India’s mentality and approach have been disastrous thus far in this #T20WorldCup, according to Vaughan, who tweeted this while India was still in the middle of their innings.

“The 2010 Cricket World Cup is currently being played by India. #T20WorldCup has evolved since the first match “furthered his point in a follow-up tweet

When it comes to white-ball cricket, #India cricket has consistently underachieved for years. #Fact #T20WorldCup,” Vaughan tweeted once more.

“India should learn from the mistakes of the rest of the world… Allow their players to gain experience by competing in other leagues around the world “The Indian Premier League is the only place professional Indian cricketers are allowed to play, he explained (IPL).

On Wednesday, India will travel to Abu Dhabi to take on Afghanistan.

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