The event of the third and decisive T-20 match played between India and New Zealand is only 24 hours left, and the heavy rain on Monday has put the event in jeopardy.
Between the two teams, the last match of the three T20 matches will be played at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram.
According to the local weather department, there is a possibility of rain even on Tuesday. T20 matches will be played between New Zealand and India on Tuesday at 7 a.m., with more than 40,000 tickets sold out.
Significantly, the enthusiasm for this match is very high in Thiruvananthapuram viewers, because after 1988, for the first time any international match will be played. The last international match in Thiruvananthapuram was played on January 25, 1988 between the West Indies and India.
According to IANS, the two teams have reached Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday night and Leela Kovalam is staying at the luxury hotel. Due to heavy rains players canceled their practice.
For this reason, Indian coach Ravi Shastri took some time with his assistant coach Sanjay Bangar and reached Sri Padmanabha Swamy morning in the morning.
Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and two fellow players reached the Chandrasekharan Nayar Stadium to attend a function organized by the Kerala government. The title of this ceremony was ‘Yes to Cricket and No to Drugs’.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan also attended the function. In it Kohli also took an oath in the presence of school students.
Meanwhile, people living near the stadium are upset over the fact that all the tickets were bought online and they were not given any priorities.
Sanju Samson, who recently gained popularity in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and represented India, played the Ranji Trophy match at this stadium.
Samson said that the pitch of this stadium will have a very positive effect for the team’s’ batsmen. In such a situation, the team whose bowlers perform well will have more advantage.
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