Sourav Ganguly illustrates ‘need behind playing and preserving’ Test cricket. Australia are leading 2-1 in the ongoing Ashes.
Test matches have been heavily criticized in the era of franchise cricket. There have even been discussions of making them a four-day event in order to sustain them. When former India captain Virat Kohli ask about the proposal, the 34-year-old fully denied it, but Test cricket continues to struggle in terms of viewership.
However, things have changed recently. England’s Bazball tactics have not only helped the team win against some of the best teams in the world. They have also manage to excite the fans, and as a result, there is a lot of buzz surrounding them right now.
Australia has also been outstanding in recent years, winning the World Test Championship were anxious to see these two teams square off in the Ashes 2023.
England were intended to bounce back following a dismal 4-0 defeat. In the previous edition of the showpiece series, especially with their new revolution. Australia, on the other hand, astonished them by defeating them in the opening two matches of the five-match series. England won the third one, but most significantly, all of the matches were extremely close, and any team may have won.
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly thrill by the style of cricket being play by the two arch-rivals and underlined the necessity of sustaining Test cricket.
Sourav Ganguly praise the ongoing Ashes series and praised the game’s longest format.
“People keep questioning test cricket.. the last 4 test matches.. Hope have shown everyone why we need to keep playing it and preserving it at its best.. It’s been just absolutely breathtaking to watch.. as good as any format anywhere in the world. ” Ganguly tweet on July 9.
“People keep questioning test cricket.. the last 4 test matches..hope have shown everyone why we need to keep playing it and preserving it at its best.. it’s been just absolutely breathtaking to watch.. as good as any format anywhere in the world,” Ganguly tweeted on July 9.