The great player of West Indies told T20 cricket as fast food, said – Test cricket is real cricket
West Indies great Gordon Greenidge has said that T20 cricket is fast food. He has described Test cricket as real cricket. He has also said that T20 cricket is not a game of cricketers.
West Indies great batsman Gordon Greenidge has made a big claim regarding T20 cricket. Greenidge, who scored 93 in the first innings and 107 in the second innings in his debut match in India, faced India’s legendary spin trio of leg-spinner BS Chandrasekhar, off-spinner EAS Prasanna and S Venkataraghavan. On Monday, due to the Greenies traffic jam, they reached Delhi’s Ferozeshah Kotla ground from Mentri.
The former opener came on the trip to India because of an event organized by BDM (BD Mahajan), a cricket equipment manufacturer. He was to be honored at this event. He played with the bat of this company. However, he did not remember his second Test match, which he played at the same ground. The 71-year-old Greenidge is unhappy that his team is not doing well at the moment.
He said, “It used to hurt me, but it doesn’t hurt me anymore because I don’t watch cricket anymore. Only if it’s Test cricket and only if it’s about a young player I’ve heard of.” I’ll do my best to go watch that kid play and make up my mind about what I feel about that player.”
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Regarding T20 cricket, he said, “Personally, I would not like to remove ODI cricket and play only T20. I believe that T20 is a spectator’s game and it is no longer a cricketer’s game. Yes, cricketers play. , But for me T20 is like fast food. Test cricket is real cricket.” He was also seen confused about Mankading’s run out.