Former Indian left-hand labor Zaheer Khan endorsed Virat Kohli's idea of having ”strong” Test centers throughout the country to add more fans to the stadium.
However, Zaheer thinks that the five indicted by Kohli are too small, considering the size of India, so more places can host a Test match.
Güçlü (Powerful Test Centers) Makes things easier. In theory, it sounds nice. However, perhaps, this figure can be discussed. I think the number of the five is very small regarding the size of the country, Z Zaheer told IANS, which is in the Abu Dhabi T10 league.
Im I'm on the same criteria as this thinking process that you've allocated test centers, met with what is good for Test centers, ”he said.
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Test cricket is still popular in India, but somehow it doesn't manifest in the number of people starting to watch the game in stadiums. Against South Africa, where India won 3-0, the series did not see a big drop from the fans and forced Kohli to take root for the powerful Five Test centers nationwide.
However, Zaheer believes that the Test format continues to be the cricket's peak and will not be affected by its development and increasing popularity for shorter versions of the game.
Gibi As I said before, I don't think the Test cricket faces any problems with the emergence of shorter forms of the game. Test cricket is the highest and purest form of cricket and has been going on for a long time. Every cricketer wants to enjoy cricket, and Test matches are the highest level players can prove..
Orum I'm thinking of going in the future, in ODI and T20 formats, you'll see a large number of triple and quadruple sequences that should be looking forward to making the game more interesting for fans, ”he said.
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Former left-hand labor says current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has great hopes for moving Indian cricket forward.
“We all have a lot of hope from Sourav Ganguly. He did a great job leading the Indian team. Since then, he has not lost contact with cricket and is passionate about the game. He did a great job with CAB.
“Now, I'm sure the president of BCCI will do a great job of taking Indian cricket forward,” he said.