Ind vs Eng: Question first raised on Chennai pitch, now Michael Vaughan's voice changed after Rohit Sharma's answer
Former England captain Michael Vaughan, who made a ruckus on the pitch of the second Test in Chennai, seems to be changing. Vaughan has also supported his point after the strong statement of Team India's star opener Rohit Sharma on this issue. On the controversy over the Chennai Test pitch, Rohit had said on Sunday that every team has the right to take advantage of their home conditions and that the performance of the players should be talked about instead of the pitch during the match, as both teams share the same pitch. Plays at On this statement of Rohit, Vaughan said that he fully supports it.
From February 13, in the first session of the second Test played in Chennai, the spinners started getting help from the pitch. The ball was turning tremendously. Despite this, India scored more than 300 runs with the help of Rohit Sharma's best century and Ajinkya Rahane's half-century. At the same time, England's team could score only 134 runs in their first innings. In view of such behavior of the pitch, Michael Vaughan questioned the pitch and said that it was not made according to the match of 5 days.
Rohit said - We have the right to benefit, von said - right thing
On this issue, Team India opener Rohit Sharma said on Sunday that every team that plays in their home prepares the pitch according to their strength. So the Indian team will do the same. The BCCI also tweeted a video of this and on this Michael Vaughan expressed his reaction.
Vaughan retweeted the video and wrote his consent - "Completely agree."
Rohit said players should be discussed, not on the pitch
Rohit also said that if someone has problems with the pitch, then the ICC should make a rule to make the pitch the same everywhere. He said, "Tell the ICC to make a rule that the pitch should be like this. A similar pitch should be made in India and a similar pitch outside India.
The Indian opener also said that discuss about the game. Discuss about the player, how the player is batting, how the bowling is doing. If there will be a discussion about it, it is okay. But it should not be about the pitch because both the teams play on the pitch and the one who plays well will win.