Following India’s devastating nine-wicket loss to Australia in the third Test in Indore, the International Cricket Council (ICC) proclaimed the pitch utilized for the match as “poor” under the ICC Pitch and Outfield monitoring process. The pitch got a ton of critics from specialists because of the lopsided speed and bounce on offer with 30 wickets falling in only two days. On being gotten some information about ICC’s decision on the pitch, Australia coach Andrew McDonald spoke on team India.
McDonald said while the players are taking care of their business by playing, the ICC’s doing there’s by rating each pitch.
“I mean, our job is to play on the pitch. So whatever they they roll up, our job is to problem solve what’s in front of us. So that’s for others to work through. I mean the ICC are…yeah, they give every pitch a rating and they gave this one a poor. So you know we don’t talk when they give it a good rating. So it’s up to them how they want to navigate through that. So the conditions were extreme. I think they’ve been extreme for all three test matches,” McDonald said during a press conference on Saturday.
As indicated by the ICC Pitch and Outfield Monitoring Process, any venue might confront suspension in the event that it is granted at least five negative mark focuses by the cricket governing body in a five-year moving period.
Discussing match, Australia got back in the game in the series beating India by 9 wickets to decrease the four-Test series shortfall to 1-2.
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