The first T20 match between India and New Zealand (Ind and NZ) was canceled due to rain. Not a single ball was played in this match. Due to heavy rain since morning, both the teams did not get a chance to take the field. But in the meantime the anger of a Kiwi commentator has erupted. Former New Zealand fast bowler and famous commentator Simon Doull got angry at such a thing in the stadium, which raised questions on the organizers.
Simon Dole quipped
Simone, former New Zealand cricketer and doing commentary in the India-New Zealand series on social media, shared a picture and wrote – Another great reason to play at Sky Stadium. Just cleared the seats in the commentary box, so that our foreign (Indian) colleagues can sit. What a miserable place. embarrassing. Actually, the condition of the seats kept in the commentary box was bad. It was very dirty, seeing which Dull could not stand it and he himself cleaned the seats with a napkin. However, there was no response from the stadium managers or the organizing board to Dull’s tweet.
The second match will now be on Sunday
Apart from this, talking about the match, the weather in Wellington disappointed thousands of fans present in the stadium and crores of spectators present in India. It is to be known that due to the forecast of rain on Friday, the match was expected to be affected. In the end, this happened and even after a long wait, when the rain did not stop, the match was called off. The second match of the series will now be played on Sunday 20 November at the Bay Oval ground in Mount Maunganui.