The International Cricket Council (ICC) is getting slammed by the cricket lovers for choosing Southampton because the venue for the finals of the World Test Championship (WTC). It all began after the rain spoiled the primary day (June 18) play of the WTC remaining which is scheduled to be performed between India and New Zealand.
There is not any denying the truth that the WTC remaining is an important occasion and the cricket lovers had been fairly upset after the primary day play received deserted attributable to rain. The on-line customers started questioning choice of the ICC to pick Southampton because the venue regardless of understanding that it’ll definitely rain over there as it’s June.
This just isn’t the primary time that the ICC has organized an vital occasion in England within the wet season. In 2019 ICC World Cup, 4 matches received deserted attributable to rain which is the best depend in regard to the no-result/deserted matches within the event because the World Cup began in 1975.
Update from Southampton 🌧️
— ICC (@ICC) June 18, 2021
Update: Unfortunately there can be no play within the first session on Day 1 of the ICC World Test Championship remaining. #WTC21
— BCCI (@BCCI) June 18, 2021
The on-line customers took to the micro-blogging website Twitter with a purpose to categorical their annoyance on this regard and listed below are some chosen tweets:
🔺 Rain in Southampton 🔺
Every ICT fan to God proper now: pic.twitter.com/dLgjfWjtYL
— Nishita Sarma 💫 (@MyLoveVirat18) June 18, 2021
Amrita Rao Ronaldo
Rain Gods in UK
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) June 18, 2021
— Gagan R 🇮🇳 (@gagangelada_r) June 18, 2021
Leaked scenes of India and New Zealand gamers taking part in WTC Finals at Southampton.😂#INDvsNZ #WTCFinal2021 #WorldTestChampionship #WTC21 #WTCFinal #Southampton #RahulDravid #ICCWTCFinal pic.twitter.com/VtkGDAD6tf
— amarjeet sony (@amarjeetsony91) June 18, 2021
— Sridhar V Prabhu (@im_shreecastic_) June 18, 2021
It has been raining since the previous few days in Southampton !
Mean While Rain : pic.twitter.com/0lUsav1CGl
— Aryan (@aryn_vrm) June 18, 2021
Rain at Southampton Delays Toss Between India vs New Zealand WTC Final on Day 1
Cricket Fans:- pic.twitter.com/HMeTwCyqwc
— Be_The_Change (@ReetSooraj) June 18, 2021
Fans in entrance of the TV ready for the rain to cease in Southampton: pic.twitter.com/yyJYiUeO3r
— Rajneesh Chaudhary (@Rajneesh1609) June 18, 2021
— Rohit 💥 (@sarcasterrk) June 18, 2021
Rain in Southampton ….😐🤦🏻 pic.twitter.com/kFBZFnZjBa
— El Niño🇮🇳 (@suppandiiii) June 18, 2021
Rain to Cricket Fans : pic.twitter.com/Z3Wmmyh1YF
— R O H i T 🇮🇳🚩 (@Bhakt_Mhadev_ka) June 18, 2021
— MsParacetamol (@PreetiS_1530) June 18, 2021
Every one ready for the WTC remaining
rain be like: pic.twitter.com/CjjftWmSCA
— Supriya (@Supriy_a_) June 18, 2021
All of us are eagerly ready for #wtc2021 to kick off right now.
Meanwhile rain in Southampton to everybody: pic.twitter.com/6kg7bIll5K
— Being Singh (@definitely_7not) June 17, 2021
— Ratnadeep Paul (@RatnadeepPaul16) June 18, 2021
We all know that the ICC has stored a reserved day which can be utilized in such a situation however what is going to occur if it rains additional. Many former cricketers together with Yuvraj Singh and head coach of the Indian cricket group, Ravi Shastri have urged that one of the best of three-final needs to be organized in regard to the WTC remaining.
The Indian cricket lovers might have gotten themselves relieved by making memes and jokes and by slamming the ICC however the group ought to maintain climate forecast in thoughts whereas finalizing venues for vital occasions. What do you need to say about it? Let us know your views.
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