Warne’s comment came later England once again struggled to complete the required 90 rounds of the first day of the Adelaide Test. He was fined 100% of the competition fee in addition to being stripped of five ICC WTC points for not being able to fulfill the over-quota quota required by day two of the Gabba Test.
Speaking on Fox Cricket, Warne called for the captain’s ban to be tested because he believes financial sanctions for rates that are too low have no effect. Warne says:
“I sit on the World Cricket Committee and often talk about the issue of the odds being too high and what the appropriate penalty is. Many of us on that committee talked about not being penalized for overtime but captaining missing the next game. Because if you don’t act on it on time, financial penalties don’t seem to work and they haven’t worked for a while. “
“In the first test, the entire England team was fined their entire match fee and they are still miles behind in this match. What about the people who paid their money in Gabba to watch a full-day 90-round match? They were robbed. If the captain doesn’t play the Next Quiz if you don’t pass your qualifier in time, watch them pass the test. “
He bowled 89 rounds on his first day with the captain Joe Root Put yourself on the attack to run through.
“The tactics are terrible, they stink” – Mark Taylor on England captain put himself in attack on Day 1
Meanwhile, former Australian captain Mark Taylor decries Root’s strategy of beating negative lives and getting through the box after a higher odds problem than trying to grab a hit or two. through his professional pitchers.
With England without a professional spinner, Root bowled a total of 11 rounds, in which he mainly focused on getting around the wheel by bowling in mid and root. .
Speaking on Triple M, Taylor said:
“He’s mobilizing himself right now and he’s bowling with his feet up or down to the side just to get through these overtakes. What about getting a wicket or two and then getting a new ball. ? I think the tactics are terrible, they stink.”
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England will return to the pitch on Day 2 in the hope of being able to clear some matches soon and limit Australia to a manageable scoreline. The first day went well for the home team as they finished in 221/2 with Marnus Labuschagne almost a hundred more.
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