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IND vs AUS: Australia team could not practice on Nagpur pitch

By Arjit - February 14, 2023 - Last updated on Feb 14, 2023 05:13 PM
IND vs AUS: Australia team could not practice on Nagpur pitch

IND vs AUS Ian Healy Angry. In the Nagpur Test, the Indian team defeated the Australia team by an innings and 132 runs. With this victory, India took a 1-0 lead in the series.

The first Test match did not last for three days, where the Kangaroo team succumbed to Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja from India, while Australia had made a plan to practice on the spin pitch after this crushing defeat.

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However, this did not happen. Let us tell you that after the match on the Nagpur pitch, the ground staff had poured water on the pitch, due to which the practice plan of the Australian team got waterlogged. In this episode, now former Australia wicketkeeper Ian Healy has asked the ICC to intervene in this matter.

The Australia team did not get a chance to practice on the Nagpur pitch, so the former veteran got angry

Actually, the Nagpur pitch had become a topic of discussion even before the first Test match (IND vs AUS). Pat Cummins and Co. are being heavily criticized after the humiliating defeat at the hands of India in the first Test. On one hand, where the fans and many veteran Australian batsmen are putting a lot of class, on the other hand, the questions about the Nagpur pitch are not stopping. In such a situation, former Australian cricketer Ian Healy has also sought intervention from the ICC regarding the treatment of Australia in the Nagpur Test.

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In fact, after the humiliating defeat in Nagpur, the Kangaroo team had made a plan to practice on this pitch, but the VCA officials watered the pitch after the match. In such a situation, there is a lot of criticism of the officers. Healy continued by saying,

"It's really shameful to foil our plan to have some practice sessions on that wicket in Nagpur. It's not right, it's just not good for cricket. ICC needs to step in here. When the request for practice It was sad for them to water the wicket when it was done and it needs to be improved."

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