Michael Vaughan, the former skipper of England’s cricket team, was brutally trolled on Twitter after he posted a poll on micro-blogging site Twitter to choose the better player between India’s wicket-keeper batsman MS Dhoni and England’s gloves man Jos Buttler.
Michael Vaughan had run the poll on the basis of their current form of both the wicket-keeper and asked the cricket lovers to choose one.
“Intrigued what you all think…You are allowed 1 of these 2 now in your team… Who you going for on present form ! – MS Dhoni or Jos Buttler??” Vaughan wrote on Twitter.
Intrigued what you all think…You are allowed 1 of these 2 now in your team… Who you going for on present form !??
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) January 22, 2018
However, the cricket fans of India were not happy with the comparison and started trolling Vaughan on social media.
— mukesh singh (@mukesh_dhoni07) January 24, 2018
Pagla gaye hi ka
— Biplab Bhusan Swain (@Bipsaku) January 24, 2018
Isliye sab football dekho cricketero ki koi ijjat nhi hai.
— Madhur Jain (@madmaxhur) January 24, 2018
Even though Dhoni is not in his best form, he managed to win the poll very easily. Just think of the situation if you had run that poll when Dhoni was in peak of his form(2008-2013)
— Rishabh Gupta (@BornIndian17) January 24, 2018
MSD is a legend
— Saksham kesri (@saksham_kesri) January 24, 2018
Even Jos Buttler would choose MSD….#Burned…
— Prasad N G (@Prasadng62) January 24, 2018
If you are still surprised by this result, you should watch the famous scene from Bollywood movie #Namaste London which depicts what we Indians are capable of. If you don’t have access to that scene, we will send you the DVD.Any thoughts @ivimaltrivedi 😎😎😎😎
— Abhishek Chauhan (@AbhishekChauh42) January 24, 2018
Dhoni is GOD. Jos is good but he is just a human. It will take him 7 more births to stump as fast as Dhoni and score over 15000 runs with almost 50 average
— Sunderdeep Singh (@SSunderdeep) January 22, 2018
Talking about current form.
Jos might have scored a century recently but MS averages 60.62 in 2017. Hope that answers your “current form”. Let’s not talk about stumpings here. Before u blink your eye, he stumps the batsman on the field.
— Jay Jadwani🏏 (@diehard_msdian) January 22, 2018
Maahi iz GOD.🙏 God of Cricket 😘😘😘
n Jos just a human. It will take him 7 more births to stump as fast as Dhoni 😏😏
— Ravinaa 💕 (@RaveeenaAgg) January 23, 2018
The former Indian skipper MS Dhoni had led Men-In-Blue in winning three International Cricket Council tournament titles, namely ICC World T20 2007, ICC World Cup 2011 and ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
In 2017, Dhoni had scored 788 runs in 29 One Day International matches with an average of 60.61. However, English wicket-keeper Buttler scored only 288 runs at an average of 28.80.