IND versus ENG: Virat Kohli and Ravichandran Ashwin put on a batting masterclass on Day 3.© BCCIFormer Australia leg-spinner Shane Warne attacked the individuals who reprimanded the Chennai pitch for the progressing second Test against England. A few cricket specialists, including previous England captain Michael Vaughan and Australia cricketer Mark Waugh, had pummeled the track after England were bowled out for 134 runs in their first innings inside a day on Sunday. In any case, India batsmen batted brilliantly on a sharp turning track on Day 3 and scored more than twofold of what England oversaw in their first innings. During India’s subsequent innings, Warne took to Twitter to pose an inquiry to each one of the individuals who had hammered the norm of the pitch on the off chance that they actually adhere to their contention or they have had a difference in heart in the wake of watching India batsmen rule the English bowlers on a third day pitch.
“India have now made 523 sudden spikes in demand for this alleged “terrible pitch” they actually have 2 wickets close by ! Musings?” Warne tweeted.
“It is an extremely testing surface that is the thing that I will say. Regarding me remarking on the pitch I feel that is for somebody above me to see,” he said on Sunday.
“It was unimaginably testing on that surface for us on Day two. Theirs is clearly an exceptionally gifted turn assault also on their own conditions. Also, it was an awesome throw to win,” Thorpe added