Rohit Sharma condemns the Pitch Critics seen In the second Chennai Test

Rohit Sharma condemns the Pitch Critics seen In the second Chennai Test

Rohit Sharma condemns the Pitch Critics seen In the second Chennai Test (Pic Source : Twitter)

Hitman came hard at those scrutinizing the Test contributes India saying that the tracks are set up in similar way for a long time now and he doesn’t think there should be any change.

in front of the day-night Test against England, came hard at those crictising the Test contributes India saying that the contributes India are set up in similar way for a long time now and he doesn’t think there requirements to any adjustments in that approach.

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The Indian opener, who scored a splendid hundred batting on a difficult Chennai surface in the second Test against England, said that India are totally inside their privileges to make a large portion of the home favorable position and set up the pitches to suit their qualities.

“Pitch remains same for both teams, I don’t know why this discussion happens so much. Pitches in India are being prepared in the same manner for many years now. I don’t think there have been any changes in that regard or there should be any changes,” said by Rohit Sharma on video which was tweeted by BCCI.

“Every team makes full use of their home advantage. When we go out, the same happens there as well, they don’t think about us. So, why should we think about anyone. What we like and what is our team’s preference, we should do that… this is what home or away advantage is all about. Otherwise, take out the home and away advantage away and play cricket without it. Tell ICC to make a rule, setting identical norms for pitches in India and outside,” added by Rohit.

Many cricketer like Micheal Vaughan and Mark Waugh had criticised the pitch and for this Hitman came and sledged in good manner.

“But when we travel overseas, they also make life difficult for us. So, I don’t think we should discuss much about the pitches and instead talk about the game and players. Discussion about how a player is batting or how a bowler is bowling are completely fine but not pitches because conditions remain same for both teams and whoever plays the best will win,” concluded by Rohit Sharma.

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