Melbourne: Australia star Nathan Lyon is taken aback by the hysteria on the Ahmedabad pitch and said it looks like when the ball starts to spin everyone starts crying as the fast bowling is useful. No one speaks when teams are on low scores on the pitch.
Team India has the support of Leon
Ahmedabad’s ground is criticized by some after being sacked for 112 and 81 in both innings in England’s 10-wicket defeat in Test Three, including former captain Michael Vaughan, Andrew Strauss and Alistair Cook.
Nathan Lyon, however, congratulated the field commissioner. “The West Australian” quoted Leone as saying, “We play on a friendly fast bowling ground all over the world and we’re out for 47, 60 innings. No one is saying anything (on the pitch), but as he starts to shoot it seems like all over the world have started to cry.
Leon liked the land of Ahmedabad
Nathan Lyon said: “I don’t understand that. It didn’t bother me (on the pitch), it was exciting. Nathan Lyon, who has gone from being a field curator to one of the biggest non-spinners, has said he would like to bring the curator from Ahmedabad to the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).
Nathan Lyon said: “I watched it all night. It was awesome. I am thinking of bringing this curator to SCG. While India landed with three spinners in the day-to-night test, England only replaced one spinner, Jack Leach, in their game eleven.
Leon said: “ The best thing about this test match was that England landed with four quick bowlers. That’s enough for me. I don’t need to say anything else.