The slip had some mistakes by England, but the shot was fired specifically at Rory Burns by Michael Vaughn.
In an ongoing test match England and india At The Oval in London, many things have benefited the host. Team management must also be pleased with the fact that the British team is doing well. However, there is one department that has not been very successful, which is slip catch.
By the third day after lunch, England had dropped or missed as many as six catches at Slip Cordon. It should be noted that catching on the slip was a bit difficult as the ball experienced a slightly slower swing and movement in the air at The Oval. Former England captain Michael Vaughn decides to delve into Rory Burns, the culprit who missed or missed several slip opportunities.
A total of four chances were lost in India’s first inning, but in the second half of the second day England lost another chance. When India’s opening round appeared in the second inning, Rory Burns lost his concentration in the third inning. Rohit Sharma edging the ball from James Anderson to a slip.
England’s weakness in Slip was also criticized by commentators
Immediately after Barnes, who stood in the third slip position, the ball fell and hit his boots. When the ball passed him, he pretended not to see the ball coming towards him. To make things worse for him, Burns dropped another catch in the morning session on the third day.
After this chance Vaughn I sent an invitation to Burns and posted a tweet asking him to attend a field lesson. “Rory Burns will receive an invitation to my Field Academy tonight,” a former England skipper wrote on Twitter. Some of these opportunities were hard to come by, but there were some air commentators who criticized the fielder’s move at Slip Cordon and the gap between the two fielders.
Rory Burns will receive an invitation to my Field Academy tonight. #ENGvIND