With the World Test Championship (WTC) Final set to start, the ICC took to social media to put up a enjoyable video, the place a number of the Team India and New Zealand cricketers named their favorite stadiums to play Test cricket in. India face New Zealand within the WTC Final starting at present, at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton. The ICC posted the video on Twitter, and it was well-received by followers, who flocked to the feedback part to cross their well-wishes to each groups for the upcoming fixture.
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The video consists of the likes of Shubman Gill, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Rishabh Pant, Tim Southee and Trent Boult, to call a couple of.
In the video, younger Shubman Gill, who has been a revelation for India, additionally spoke about his favorite Test cricket venue on the earth.
The teenager made his Test debut throughout the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in December 2020, and he performed a vital function as India staged a turnaround to defeat Australia 2-1.
“The Test matches I have played, like all the seven Test matches, if I have to go through that, it has to be my debut in MCG. It has to be my favourite venue till now.
Bumrah, who appeared in the short video, revealed that his favourite stadium is in Johannesburg.
“Johannesburg. I simply performed one sport over there, and I wish to play extra video games over there,” revealed the pacer.
Meanwhile, New Zealand pace duo Trent Boult and Tim Southee also spoke about their favourite Test cricket stadiums.
“Lord’s. Just the historical past behind it and simply turning up in Lord’s and someplace that is a really particular place to play. Played there a couple of occasions and its someplace the place we all the time get pleasure from,” said Southee.
“Mine is a bit bizarre. Adelaide Oval. I actually loved taking part in there, the primary pink-ball Test occurred there. It was a tremendous event. There had been in all probability 50,000 folks for each sport for 3 days. Good ambiance, good hype and a whole lot of historical past,” quipped Boult.
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