India is scoring big in every match, Akash Chopra was jealous, said – it is not a good thing to score so much
In the third ODI match played between India and New Zealand team in Indore, the Indian team defeated New Zealand by 90 runs and cleared New Zealand 3-0 in the three-match ODI series. The Indian team scored 385 runs while batting first at the loss of 9 wickets in the Indore ODI match. In response, the New Zealand team was bundled out for 295 runs.
Let us tell you that the Indian team has scored above 350 many times against both Sri Lanka and New Zealand and now cricketer cum commentator Aakash Chopra is jealous of seeing the big scores being made continuously.
Talking on his official YouTube channel, Akash Chopra has said that such flat pitches are not good for cricket. If this is the pitch in the World Cup as well, then scoring 400 will be very easy. It is not good for cricket. If flat pitches remain like this, then Gill and Rohit Sharma will continue to score runs in the same way and in the match in which both of them get out, then Virat Kohli will not leave you.
Now if we look at this statement of Akash Chopra, then it is beyond understanding that if 350 to 380 runs are being scored in a single match or in consecutive matches, then how it is harming cricket. If India is scoring 360 runs then New Zealand is scoring 310 runs then how is cricket loss in that? Now it is beyond understanding that Akash Chopra is getting jealous if Indian players are scoring runs.
If Akash Chopra’s statement is to be seen then it has become the same thing that on the same tour on which Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar and other players of India Virender Sehwag were scoring runs, Akash Chopra was aging the ball. I do not remember that I have seen such an opener who, instead of scoring runs, plays the role of aging the ball and his only identity is this.