London| Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said that India exposed all the shortcomings of the England Test team during the fourth Test match. India beat England by 157 runs in the fourth match played at The Oval here to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match Test series.
Vaughan said in a column for The Telegraph, “The England Test team’s shortcomings in batting, bowling and fielding were exposed this week. They were up against a team that knows the key to winning. It has been proved once again.” That England needs a supportive environment.”
“England lack a fast bowler or mystery spinner like Jasprit Bumrah,” he said. Vaughan said he wanted to know why England’s fielding had not improved over the years.
Vaughan said, “I want to know why England’s fielding has not improved in the last few years. They are constantly giving up opportunities. They should have bowled India out for 125 in the first innings. It would have been good to score runs. They can’t score many runs on a flat pitch.”