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Rohit Sharma asks critics to inform ICC to have customary tracks the world over
MUMBAI: Rohit Sharma needs all “experts” with a view on cricket pitches to take a break. “How we bat, how we bowl, how we field – everybody’s welcome to have an opinion on it. But pitches are the same for both teams. Can’t understand the fuss,” he stated whereas addressing the digital media convention because the groups skilled for the Pink Ball Test in opposition to England beginning at Motera from Wednesday.
Opinions flew in dime-a-dozen when India gained the toss within the second Test at Chennai and batted first on a pitch that began spinning proper from the primary session.

“For years, these are the kind of pitches that India has been dishing out. So, I don’t really understand what this whole chatter is about. Every country likes to have its share of home advantage. When we travel, nothing comes easy,” provides Sharma.
The opener, who got here up with a extremely spectacular 161 at Chepauk to assist his workforce arrange an excellent first innings whole, confirmed that the pitch for the third Test – at Motera, Ahmedabad – will likely be “more or less the same”. The batsman says it is nonetheless a bit early to speak about the floor (at Motera) however “I don’t see anything changing”.
Why ought to the Indian workforce care what the opposite workforce is considering? “That’s the case when we travel. We will obviously have conditions that we like, the kind that supports our strengths. Isn’t that what you call home advantage?” he says.

Sharma provides that if anybody has a problem with the sort of floor being dished out right here (in India), they need to go and inform the ICC to have a regular format for all pitches wherever the world over.
“Because that is not the way it works. Home benefit is all about making it harder for the visiting workforce. In the tip, the floor is similar for each groups. It’s about the way you adapt to it,” he says.
Sharma is not thinking too much about the century he got in Chennai, except that he’s happy it helped the team’s cause. “I do not hassle myself ranking knocks, placing one forward of the opposite. Once I realised the ball was beginning to flip and there was a tough outdoors the off, I realised I’d should be a bit unorthodox with my method, that sweeping was going to be a greater choice,” he says.

The ability to sweep comfortably alone went on to become a talking point, distinguishing the strengths and weaknesses of batsmen who were “certified” to play on that wicket.
The same conditions, he believes, will be at play at Motera too, with the only difference being that the third Test is a Day & Night game.
“The second session – there must be a bit of additional deal with that. That session when twilight takes over. Visibility-wise, the way it impacts batsmen, what occurs when the lights come on, and so forth. I’ve performed just one Pink Ball Test – in opposition to Bangladesh. But I’ve heard from different gamers and tried to understand from their experiences,” Sharma adds.
The changing weather, changing light – the batsman believes these are the challenging factors. “So, one has acquired to be a bit further cautious. We’re taking part in right here (Motera) for the primary time. So gamers will definitely take a couple of minutes out of their schedules to understand the circumstances – sights and the sounds – higher. Even the seats within the stadium are model new, so that they’ll even be shining a bit further,” he says.