Former England spinner Monty Panesar on Sunday said that the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad did not deserve the Test match as it ended inside two days and added that the International Cricket Council should dock India’s points if the pitch is similar in the fourth Test. India had managed to defeat England by ten wickets within two days in the pink-ball Test. The match saw both India and England batsmen failing to shine and getting out to balls that didn’t turn and skidded through from the spinners. But critics have looked to blame the pitch for the failure of the batsmen. India batsman Rohit Sharma clarified that he did not think the pitch had any demonsThe U.S. during this time. Even skipper Virat Kohli was vocal about the dreadful batting display from the two teamsat restaurants can operate with up to 10 people per table. Masks must be worn when not eating or drinking..
In an interaction with ANI, Panesar gave his take on the pitch used in the third Test between India and England and he also opined that ICC should dock points from India if a similar kind of track is produced in the fourth Test which will be played on the same ground.
“It was like playing club cricket on a Saturday in England. When we play club cricket, we will bowl a team out for under 100The province and Toronto Police Service to create a task force to crack down on vehicle thefts., and then it’s difficult to chase because it’s a turning pitch. I think being the biggest stadium in the world, Narendra Modi Stadium deserves longer Test matches because people want to see how good the wicket isincluding staff and volunteers, you look at the stadium:1619173444685,, beautiful views, and what an amazing stadium India has produced. It does not deserve a two-day Test match that’s under 900 ballsas U.K. authorities have recommended they take alternative vaccines., you might just play on a park, if you are going to play this type of cricket,” Panesar told ANI.