Australians yet again criticise quality of pitches in Sri Lanka

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Stand-in Australia captain David Warner slammed Sri Lankan curators after his side's series-sealing one-day international win. Pitches in Sri Lanka have drawn criticism and Warner became the latest to show his unhappiness, saying: "We're trying to grow the game. It's a little bit disappointing...

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N.M.M's picture
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For these buggers, pitcges which promote limited overs cricket is flat tracks where they can bully the bowlers easily.. How many 350 scores did we seen in cw2015!! Yes Mr Warner, its not so easy to smash sixes and fours in SL because our pitches are for cricket (balanced between batsmen and bowlers) not just for slogging!! It takes really skilled batsmen to bat long here (which u didnt).. Did u hear what your bowling legend Jeff Thompson had to say about u guys?? He said t20 cricket has made ordinary players look like heroes!! I wonder whom he meant!!

Anonymous's picture

This Guy Warner is totally out of form so to hide that this Joker is criticizing the pitches Bull S**t. it is like, when the dancer can't dance nicely, he says the floor is crocked. Hey Joker You can't play against our young rookie's spin that is the real truth, when you go home practice well how to play against spinners. when srilankan team visit Australia we never criticize your fast wickets arranged to suit your fast bowlers, we do our best to play against your fast men but we don't cry like babies like You and some of your non performers. You are like a whinging toddler. be a gentleman cricketer and admit your inability to face our slow bowlers. may God help this Muppet to become a non winging gentleman cricketer.

Stormy's picture
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Yes nothing new here from the Aussies (and others) but the point we should note is these are SL wickets, its always been like that and hopefully will always be like that. SL wickets are seldom 300+ tracks and who would prepare flat tracks for big hitting when you don't have big hitters. It's a bit like going to Aus and complaining that the wickets don't spin! They never have and never will and we all know that and don't cry about it.

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