IND vs ENG: Ravi Shastri on Ahmedabad Field Controversy Who will complain about this track it was fantastic fun, India vs England | On Pitch Controversy, Ravi Shastri said: ‘Who will complain about this, here is some great entertainment’

Ahmedabad: England veterans Michael Vaughan and Kevin Pietersen have been critical of the Pitch of Narendra Modi Stadium. Now the coach of the Indian team, Ravi Shastri, has spoken openly about this matter.

Ravi Shastri admitted on Saturday that there was no reason to heckle the nature of the Motera track as the Tories made pitches which made ‘great entertainment’ in the last 2 matches here . The pitch for the third test was severely criticized by some former England players as the visiting team were ready for 112 and 81 day and night.

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England struggled to play on favorable ground for the spinners, while Team India won the third and fourth tests here in the ICC Test World Championship final against New Zealand in June.

Shastri said after bowling in England for 135 points in the second inning after winning the innings and 25 points in the fourth test, “I’m going to dedicate it to the Groundsman.” I think Ashish Bhowmik is a brilliant field worker, he knows his job. He worked with Daljit Singh who is the master curator.

He said, “Who will complain about this land? There was a lot of entertainment on it, both for the teams and for the game. Also, the 3-1 result doesn’t show just how close this series was. Shastri praised the team for reaching the final of the Test World Championship, while last year the ICC changed the qualifying rules.

He said: “ For us to be at the top of the points table in the test world championship is two and a half years of hard work and to be successful in those years is six years of hard work. before that. The players focused on just one series at a time and they weren’t too worried about the World Test Championship as the “goal post” changed every time.

Indian team coach Ravi Shastri said: “We were at the top of the points table and after a few rule changes the percentage point system came when we weren’t even playing. But regardless, even if we got 520 points, we have the right to be at the top of the points table and to play the final.

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