Mccullum responds to a recent comment of Vaughan

Former New Zealand batsman Brendon Mccullum gave some reply to the recent comment made by former England cricketer Michael Vaughan regarding playing against Australia in Australia.

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New Zealand are now in a tour to Australia. The visitors started the tour in a disappointing manner as the hosts won the first Test comfortably by 296 runs. New Zealand had more tough time during the Perth Test.

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At this time, former England player Michael Vaughan posted a tweet on his Twitter quoting like no teams have a strong lineup to beat Australia in Australia in Test matches except India who have some capabilities to do that.

The tweet went viral in social media and created a controversy among fans as well as experts as usual. Former New Zealand batsman Brendon Mccullum took his Twitter handle to give a reply to the tweet of Vaughan.

“Bit of an early crow here Vaughny? Boult to come back in will be a huge benefit to Nz. As will not having to start batting against the new pink ball under lights! Aus likely to go 1-0 up but seen enough to suggest it won’t be one way traffic throughout. Time will tell I guess..,” McCullum replied.

At the same time, former Australian player Mark Waugh also stated under that tweet that Kiwis are short of spinners in the squad. For that one also, McCullum replied, stating the Test series wins of New Zealand in Sri Lanka and UAE.

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