Sydney. Former Australia cricket team captain Steve Waugh has strongly criticized the International Cricket Council (ICC) as well as all the cricket boards of the world for not giving priority to Test cricket. Waugh raised the question whether this is the decisive moment for the end of Test cricket. He also said that definitely the ICC and the cricket boards of India, England and Australia should make efforts to save this pure form of the game. Read this also: To increase the joy of New Year, NEWS 24 MP-CG and Bollywood Keeda.com bring for you ‘Desi Talk Kavi Sammelan’, know where you will get Free Pass…
In fact, Cricket South Africa, giving priority to its T20 league, has selected a very weak team for the two-Test series against New Zealand to be held next month, whose captain has not even made his debut yet. Not only the captain, but there are seven players in the team who have not played an international match yet.
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Steve Waugh strongly criticized this decision of South Africa and also targeted other cricket boards and ICC. Waugh told the Sydney Morning Herald that he definitely doesn’t care (about Test cricket). If the South African Cricket Board is giving any indication for the future by keeping its best players in the country, then this is what is going to happen. If I were New Zealand, I would not have played in the series.
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The former captain of Australia said that history and tradition also have their importance. If we take no action and keep profit as our criteria, the legacies of (Sir Don) Bradman, (WG) Grace and (Sir Garfield) Sobers will become irrelevant. On players not getting enough money in Test matches, he said that I do not understand why ICC or other top countries which are earning a lot of money do not fix a regular fee for Test matches so that the players can get the opportunity to play Test cricket. To be encouraged to play.