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Gvaskar on the umpires’ decision: ‘Why was Pant advised to change stance.

Gvaskar on the umpires' decision: 'Why was Pant advised to change stance.

Key sentence:

  • In the wake of communicating his conflicts with Nasser Hussain’s remarks about India’s past age cricketers getting ‘harassed’.
  • In the interim, Cheteshwar Pujara drove India’s retaliate as they came to 215 for 2 at stumps on Friday. 

Sunil Gavaskar never avoids making his point boisterous and understood. In the wake of communicating his conflicts with Nasser Hussain’s remarks about India’s past age cricketers getting ‘harassed,’ the incredible cricketer this time communicated his disappointment at the umpires asking India manager batsman Rishabh Pant not to bat out of his wrinkle. Gavaskar’s remarks came during Day 3 of India versus England third Test at Headingley in Leeds. 

Gavaskar said footmarks don’t decide a batsman’s position. “I was asking for what reason was he advised to change his position, in case that is valid. I just read it. 

The batsman can stand anyplace, even on the centre of the pitch and what might be said about when the batsman goes down the track against the spinners (footmarks can frame and still, at the end of the day),” Gavaskar said while commentating on the third day of the match. 

His kindred pundit and previous India player Sanjay Manjrekar called it “ludicrous”. Gasp talked about this get-togethers were bowled out for 78 on the first day of the season of the match. 

“Since I was remaining external, the wrinkle and my front-foot were coming into the risk region, so he (the umpire) disclosed to me that you couldn’t remain there,” Pant had said during the virtual post-day public interview on Wednesday. 

“Along these lines, I have (needed) to change my position, yet as a cricketer, I don’t need to ponder that, since it’s every individual who will do that, umpires will say the same thing. I didn’t do that the following ball, and you continue.” 

The choice by the two English umpires by and by that whether it’s time that ICC returns to its two nonpartisan on-field umpires for Test matches has been halted because of movement limitations in the post-Covid-19 world. 

In the interim, Cheteshwar Pujara drove India’s retaliate as they came to 215 for 2 at stumps on Friday. Pujara was unbeaten on 91 with skipper Kohli (45) for the organization… India is as yet 139 flees from making England bat once more.

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