New Delhi: The Test series between India and England (IND vs ENG) is currently 1–1. In the second Test played in Chennai, Team India defeated the British by 317 runs. After this, English luminaries like Michael Vaughan and Kevin Pietersen raised questions about the preparation of the pitch in the Indian team’s favor.
This pitch is a Road !!!
– Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 15, 2021
Such a brave wicket to prepare for a test match in India when India are down in the series.
If India had lost the toss, they’d gone down 2-0.
Very very brave!
Well tossed, @imVkohli
– Kevin Pietersen (@ KP24) February 14, 2021
Now Opener Rohit Sharma (Team India) broke the silence and said, ‘The pitch remains the same for both teams. I do not understand why this is discussed so much. Both teams play on the same pitch. If people talk that the pitch should not be like this, it should not be like that. But the pitch in India has been building for years. I do not think anything has changed and something should change.
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Rohit Sharma also said in a press conference, ‘All people still take advantage of home ground. The same thing happens when we go out. Nobody thinks for us that we have to do this, we have to do that. So why should we think of anyone. We should fulfill what we like and what our team needs. This means the advantage of home and bar.
– BCCI (@BCCI) February 21, 2021
The ‘Hitman’ believes that if someone is suffering, then demand change in the rules. He said, ‘If you don’t want to do this, change this rule. Let the ICC make a rule that the same type of pitch should be made in India and it should be done outside as well. Problems are created for us when we go out.
According to Rohit Sharma, it is useless to discuss the pitch, he said, ‘I don’t think there should be much discussion about pitches. Discuss the game, discuss the player. How the player is batting, how he is throwing the ball. The team that plays well on the pitch will win the match.