“Welcome to the very exclusive Handled ball club @mushfiqur15.. only proper players are members,” Vaughan wrote in his post
England’s former captain Michael Vaughan has shared his view on the ongoing pitch controversy in the World Cup.
"This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for this group," he added.
Vaughan had been accused of using racist or discriminatory language towards a group of players of Asian ethnicity before a match for Yorkshire in 2009.
The disciplinary hearing into allegations of racism at Yorkshire County Cricket Club is a "terrible look for the game" and is not the right process to investigate the claims, former England captain Michael Vaughan said on Friday.
India's stand-in Twenty20 captain Hardik Pandya on Wednesday dismissed Michael Vaughan's criticism of his side, saying they have nothing to prove on their New Zealand tour despite a disappointing World Cup campaign.
If India wrapped Hardik Pandya up in cotton wool while he recovered from a back surgery, that investment is now paying off with the all-rounder proving his worth on their limited-overs tour of England.
Michael Vaughan says he is "pretty sure" Australia were tampering with the ball during the recent Ashes series against England as cricket chiefs held crisis talks over the cheating scandal engulfing the sport.