London, Aug 22 (IANS) Former England captain Michael Vaughan feels that only consolation for England right now is that their Ashes opponents Australia are in turmoil in both on and off-field matters.
“If there is a consolation for England at the moment, it is that their opponents this winter, Australia, are also in turmoil. Results have been poor across several formats, culminating in an embarrassing T20 series defeat to Bangladesh, and there seems to be an open mutiny against Justin Langer, the head coach,” wrote Vaughan on his Facebook post late on Saturday.
The 50-year-old Langer has been under immense scrutiny since it was alleged that he was involved in a heated confrontation with a Cricket Australia staffer over a Bangladesh victory video after the hosts won the T20I series 4-1. Earlier, Australia had lost 4-1 in a T20I series to West Indies.
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