Great spinner Shane Warne reacted to former England captain Michael Vaughan’s criticism of the Chepauk pitch for the second Test on Sunday, saying, ‘When India had no chance, no one said a word about the pitch . After the defeat in the first Test, the spinners of the Indian team trying to equalize in the four-match Test series, especially Ravichandran Ashwin, on the second day of the second Test put England’s batsmen in trouble on the pitch which is giving the spinners the best turn and bounce. .
In response to India’s first innings total of 329, England’s innings began to crumble, Vaughan tweeted, “The way things are happening, it is entertaining cricket but to be honest, this pitch is shocking.” There is no excuse as India are in a better position but is it not a pitch prepared for the fifth day of the Test match.
In reply Warne said that Indian opener Rohit Sharma played a brilliant innings of 161 runs on the first day, Ajinkya Rahane and Rishabh Pant also showed how to bat on this pitch and also said that the conditions for both the teams are the same She has been
Warne wrote, ‘The wicket started to deteriorate at the end of the first Test and when India had no chance, no one said a word about the pitch. At least in this Test, things have been the same for both teams from the first ball. England bowled poorly while Rohit, Pant and Jinks (Rahane) showed how to bat.