Cricket World Cup

ICC has admitted that the New York Stadium wicket is not up to standard

ICC has admitted that the New York Stadium wicket is not up to standard. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has admitted that the New York Stadium wicket is not up to standard.

The ICC says that the wicket at the Nassau Stadium in New York did not show the consistency that everyone expected, and the best teams are working to improve the quality of the wicket for the remaining matches.

According to ICC, since the match ended yesterday, the work has been started for the correctness of the wicket.

It should be noted that the wicket of New York’s Nassau County Stadium was heavily criticized.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan wrote on the social media platform X that it is good to introduce the game of cricket in America, but it is unacceptable for the players to play on this non-standard pitch.

Mickey Arthur, the former coach of the Pakistan cricket team, also wrote on X that New York’s pitch is very bad.

The match between Pakistan and India in New York is scheduled for June 9. ICC is looking to improve the wicket ahead of the high-voltage clash between India and Pakistan.

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