IND vs NZ T20I: Former New Zealand cricketer and current commentator Simon Doull has vented his anger over the poor arrangements at Sky Stadium in Wellington. By sharing a photo of the dirty seats in the commentary box here, he scolded the organizers. He has also called it shameful.
In fact, the first match of the three-match T20 series between India and New Zealand was to be played in Wellington on Friday. Here, when Simon Doull reached the commentary box with his fellow commentators, he found the seats extremely dirty. In such a situation, Simon Doull himself cleared the seats so that all the fellow commentators could sit. He later also posted a picture of these seats on Twitter.
Simon Doull wrote, ‘This is also another big reason for organizing the match in this Sky Stadium. I have just recently cleaned all the seats in the commentary box so that the guests from outside can sit here. What a deplorable and shameful place.
@Sportsfreakconz@martindevlinnzAnother great reason to play here at@skystadium. I have just cleaned all the seats in our commentary area so our overseas guests can sit down. What a shambles of a place. Embarrassing. #welcometoNZ pic.twitter.com/Xnpz5BihcI
— Simon Doull (@Sdoull) November 18, 2022
first match washed out
India and New Zealand could not even toss in Wellington on Friday. This match had to be canceled due to continuous rain. Now both the teams will clash in Mount Maunganui on 20 November. Let us tell you that the command of Team India for the three-match T20 series is in the hands of Hardik Pandya. Indian team head coach Rahul Dravid and many senior players have been rested from this tour.
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