Michael Vaughan, Australia vs New Zealand 2019, Lockie Ferguson
Michael Vaughan (Credits: Twitter)

The former cricketer of England, Michael Vaughan, who enjoys legend status has called Indian pitches are pretty poor for the longer version of the game. The right-handed batsman feels Indian pitches are very helpful for the batsmen to bag runs in their kitty.

Following the first Test at Visakhapatnam, once again, the Indian National Cricket Team looks settled enough to post over 500 runs on the board. Already Mayank Agarwal and Virat Kohli smashed centuries with the pitch offering nothing for the bowlers, be it for the spinners or the fast bowlers.

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Contest is far too favour for Batsman – Michael Vaughan

Speaking of the same, Michael Vaughan, in his tweet, highlighted the fact that the pitches in India are pretty boring for the Test matches. He believes that there is nothing on offer for the bowling department, which makes life hard for them. And also, he termed that the initial 3 to 4 days of the Test match is pretty much in favour for the batsman.

India vs South Africa 2019, Michael Vaughan
Credit: BCCI

Digging into his tweet, it read ”Test Match Cricket pitches in India are boring … The first 3/4 days the contest is far too in favour of the Bat … needs more action for the bowler … My thought of the day.”

Coming to the match report so far, the Indian National Cricket Team once again takes the honours of the second game so far. After incredible century by Mayank Agarwal on Day 1 of the match, the century from the skipper Virat Kohli on Day 2 has made things fall in place for India.

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Apart from the duo, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane scored fifties to their respective names. For South Africa, Kagiso Rabada bagged three wickets while Keshav Maharaj removed Ajinkya Rahane. So far, it was Virat Kohli-led side, who is sitting firmly on the driver seat.

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