Pakistan legend Inzamam-ul-Haq slams the pitch utilized in WTC remaining between India and New Zealand

Former Pakistan captain and a legend of the sport Inzamam-ul-Haq has expressed his disappointment on the nature of the pitch used within the World Check Championship (WTC) remaining between India and New Zealand.

Within the summit conflict performed at Rose Bowl in Southampton, bowlers dominated and finally New Zealand defeated India by eight wickets. Inzamam raised the identical level and reckoned that the pitch wasn’t appropriate for such an enormous recreation because the bowlers dictated phrases and batting was fairly difficult.

“This Check match was six days lengthy, and out of that, virtually 4 days noticed constant rain, and nonetheless it received over inside 2.5 days. Nobody talked about that who gave the concept that such a pitch must be used for the World Check Championship remaining, the place solely the bowlers have been seen, however the batting aspect went invisible?” stated Inzamam on his YouTube channel.

“I don’t perceive is that for such a giant recreation, how will you put together such a pitch,” he added.

Earlier than the WTC remaining, many consultants, together with Indian head coach Ravi Shastri instructed that the subsequent remaining of the WTC second cycle ought to have the best-of-three to determine the winner. Inzamam additionally shared his views on this matter, stating that two video games ought to happen – one at dwelling and the opposite in away circumstances.

“My recommendation is that you just make it two Checks, devise a factors system, play one recreation in New Zealand or whoever is the finalist and the opposite in India. The outcome would have come out fairer in that case,” instructed the 51-year-old.

“If it have been just like the World Cup, the place each match is performed in the identical nation, together with the ultimate, then it was completely different. So, it’s simply my opinion that sooner or later, the finals must be on a house and away foundation, hosted by each the finalists,” concluded Inzamam.

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