New Delhi After the defeat in the first match, India won the second match against England by 317 runs. At the same time, the presence of spectators at the MA Chidambaram Stadium has also got a lot of enthusiasm among the players. Saurabh Ganguly, chairman of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, said in a conversation with Star Sports on Tuesday that his health is fine now.
Ganguly is very happy with the audience returning to the ground. He said, “The audience has come back to the ground. It feels good to see this Tickets have been sold to audiences in Ahmedabad. The remaining two Test matches of the series are to be held in Ahmedabad. Out of this, the match starting from 24 February will be a day-night match. ‘Day is night test. I am pleased The new Motera Stadium is ready. Talked to Jai Shah. He is constantly monitoring the preparation of Test matches there.
Ganguly has been a great advocate of day-night Test matches. He was instrumental in organizing India’s first day-night Test match against Bangladesh in Kolkata. Ganguly said, ‘I talked about the Kolkata Test match when the first test was done with Pink Ball. Pink ball will help keep Test cricket alive. He also praised the Gujarat Cricket Association. He said that GCA is helping a lot for this Test match.
He said, ‘What happened in Australia was special. Still tickles by remembering Brisbane. After that, it started the same way with England but the teams are now in form again.
The auction is to be held for the 14th edition of the IPL on 18 February. He said that the preparations for the auction are complete. Ganguly said that there is an eye on IPL after Corona. The former captain said, “We want the spectators to be on the field but no decision has been taken about it.”