New Delhi: Former player Michael Vaughan is loving England's new batting approach to Test cricket.
Vaughan took to Twitter to write: "Loving England's new approach to Test Match batting ... It's not old school ... It's the Test match way .. Will bring them a lot of success me thinks .. #NZvENG."
Loving England’s new approach to Test Match batting .. it’s not old school .. it’s the Test match way .. Will bring them a lot of success me thinks .. #NZvENG— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) November 21, 2019
England put up a score of 241 on day one of the first Test match against New Zealand on Thursday.
All the batsmen played cautiously and three of them, namely Rory Joseph Burns, Joe Denly and Ben Stokes, scored their respective half-century.
Stokes (67*) and Ollie Pope (18*) will resume England's first innings on Friday from 241/4.