IND vs ENG Narender Modi Stadium ICC Settle On Third Test Field Controversy Ahmedabad Stadium | IND vs ENG: bad pitch from Narender Modi Stadium? Know what the ICC rules say

New Delhi: India beat England by 10 wickets in the third test match played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. India made this match on his behalf in just two days. After this match ended, the cricket giants started to criticize this pitch. Meanwhile, England captain Joe Root said the ICC will decide whether the pitch is good for the game or not.

What do the ICC rules say?

According to the rules of the ICC, a bad ground in a ground is a ground on which there is no match between the stick and the ball. Either the batsmen get more help or the bowlers on that court. If only bowlers are assisted on a field and the batsmen are unable to do anything, then that field is called bad. On the other hand, if only the batsmen are marked on a field and the bowlers are not receiving any help, then even that ground will be considered bad.

The course that spoke of the terrain

England captain Joe Root believes that it is not for the players but for the International Cricket Council (ICC) to decide whether Motera’s ground is good for Test cricket. But Root (Joe Root) didn’t see fit to blame the field for it. He said, however, that the ICC should consider a breeding ground for the cricket test.

Virat found no gaps in the field

Virat Kohli said there was no fault on the pitch, at least in the opening innings it was not and only the ball was spinning. Defending the court, the Indian captain said: “To be honest I don’t think the hitting level was good. Our score was 100 races for 3 wickets at a time and we were fired for less than 150 races. Only one ball took a turn and in the first innings it was a good wicket for the bat.

India won the match in two days

India beat England by 10 wickets in the third Test match played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. India made this match on his behalf in just two days. In this match, England won the draw and decided to beat first and their first innings were reduced to 112 points. In response, India also managed to score just 145 points in the opening innings. England’s condition deteriorated in the second sets and their entire squad was ready for just 81 points. India took only 49 points to win this match, which they achieved without losing wickets. India is now 2-1 ahead in this series.

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