IND vs ENG | International gamers will maintain criticizing Indian pitches till they get publicity: Sunil Gavaskar

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Michael Vaughan and Sunil Gavaskar

Legendary Sunil Gavaskar wasn’t too pleased over international gamers giving an opinion about Indian pitches as he mentioned that they’ll maintain doing it till they get publicity. Many ex-players together with former England skipper Michael Vaughan have been vocal about Motera wicket following India’s two-day end within the third Check in opposition to England. 

Vaughan had even questioned the ICC for permitting India to get away with such surfaces. He even termed it as a ‘shallow’ victory for India. Speaking in regards to the much-debated floor in the course of the fourth and ultimate Check in Ahmedabad, Gavaskar mentioned that the dialogue ought to moderately be about bowling and batting.

“The dialogue ought to have been round bowling and batting. The batsmen bought bowled or got LBW, how can we name it a foul pitch. Why will we give this a lot significance to international gamers? Why ought to we focus on what they’re saying,” Gavaskar instructed host broadcaster Star Sports activities on Thursday. 

“When India will get all out on 36 runs, then are the feedback of Kapil Dev, (Sachin) Tendulkar, (Sourav) Ganguly or (Virender) Sehwag given significance by that nation’s media or TV channel. By no means. Then why are we giving significance to them? 

And once we won’t give them significance, they’ll be taught the lesson. Until the time they know that they’ll get significance and publicity, they’ll maintain doing it. England group didn’t complain. Joe Root didn’t complain,” he added. 

The Axar Patel-R Ashwin duo delivered once more as Indian spinners accounted bundled England out for 205 runs within the ultimate Check of the sequence. Axar picked 4 whereas Ashwin bagged three to maintain the hosts within the driver’s seat on residence turf. 

India at the moment lead the four-match sequence 2-1 and want at the very least a draw within the ongoing Check to qualify for the World Check Championship (WTC) ultimate in opposition to New Zealand at Lord’s. 

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