Suryakumar said that there is no complaint with whatever pitch is given
Indian T20 team vice-captain Suryakumar Yadav on Tuesday played down the Ekana Stadium pitch controversy, saying the pitch doesn’t matter much and he is “ready” to play on any kind of surface. Indian skipper Hardik Pandya on Sunday described the pitch in Lucknow as a surprise after chasing a target of 100 runs in the last over in the second T20 International against New Zealand. The curator was blamed for the unusual behavior of the pitch and was sacked.
“We (Hardik and I) talked about it later, and decided that whatever (pitches) we get in future, we will not complain,” Suryakumar said on the eve of the third and final T20 match of the series. will do. It is absolutely fine. ”””’ This fire batsman said, ” It doesn’t matter on which soil (pitch) you play. These things are not in your control. We did what was in our control, we had to adapt and move forward with the circumstances. But it was an exciting match.
Suryakumar said, “Be it any match, ODI or T20 International, low-scoring or high-scoring, if the match is competitive, then I do not think the wicket (pitch) matters. When you go to the ground, you have a challenge, you accept it and move forward. Suryakumar, who has been in excellent form of late, attributed his success to the experience of domestic cricket. The Mumbai batsman said, “I have played a lot of domestic cricket before making my debut in international cricket, which has helped me a lot.”
He said, “You have to work hard on yourself and I have carried forward that hard work by playing on different challenging pitches. I have learned a lot by watching and talking to so many experienced players in the team. Suryakumar is likely to make his Test debut in the much-anticipated series against Australia starting on February 9 in Nagpur. When asked about this, he said, “Obviously, everyone wants to play Test cricket. When you start your cricket at the domestic level, you play only with the red ball, and I have played for Mumbai.