Recently the twitter has been flooded with tweets regarding Women’s IPL as Crickbuzz is asking for a suggestion that can BCCI follow WBBL format for Women’s IPL or will it be treated differently or how interested would the existing IPL franchises be in investing in women’s IPL? If the BCCI decides to have a women’s IPL, there are two methods to organize the teams, each with its own set of obstacles. For starters, they may approach current stakeholders and request a women’s squad. That means the board would like to acquire some more money from the owners in order to have a women’s squad as well.

Reacting to his tweet on Women’s IPL, Indian fans trolled him by quoting various reasons, here we have share some of the tweets,

Michael Paul Vaughan (born 29 October 1974) is an English cricket broadcaster and former player who has competed in all formats of the game. From 2003 to 2008, he led the England test squad, the one-day international team from 2003 to 2007, and the first Twenty20 England captain from 2005 to 2007. In the domestic arena, he represented Yorkshire. Though he batted in the middle order for England, Vaughan was a right-handed opening batsman who had a successful England partnership with Marcus Trescothick. Following the 2002/03 Ashes, in which he amassed 633 runs, including three hundred, he was regarded as one of the top batsmen in the world.

And as for the test between Australia and England, Australia crushed England in the second Test in Adelaide on Monday to take a 2-0 lead in the Ashes series, putting the visitors’ hopes of reclaiming the urn in shreds. England resumed day five of the pink ball Test at 82 for four, requiring a miracle to save a tie. They were chasing a mammoth 468 to win. They fought valiantly into the last session, putting up a valiant fightback until they were all out for 192, tumbling to a 275-run defeat.