England fast bowler Jofra Archer called the Chennai Test pitch the worst.
In a column for a British newspaper, Archer wrote that he had never seen such a bad pitch on the fifth day.
“I have never played a first-class match in India but I know from IPL experience that most wickets in India are significantly worse and the change of pitch during this test shows that our What’s up
Archer wrote that he had never seen a pitch as bad as it was on the fifth day, with the orange, rough and cracked structure helping the bowlers.
The fast bowler said he had hoped to beat India on the fifth day but did not expect to be all out so quickly.
It should be noted that on the fifth day, India had lost 9 wickets in two sessions and lost by 227 runs.
England defeated India by 227 runs in the Chennai Test to take a 1-0 lead in the series. In pursuit of the 420-run target, the Indian team was bowled out for 192 runs.
England’s Jack Leach took four wickets and fast bowler James Anderson took three wickets. England captain Joe Root was declared the man of the match for scoring a magnificent double century.