Indian cricket team vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane answered media questions ahead of the fourth Test against England. Rahane also spoke on the question of South African bowler Dale Steyn in which he described the T20 league played in Pakistan as better than the Indian Premier League in India. When asked, Rahane said how foreign players have been given a chance by this Indian league.
The final match of the four-match Test series between India and England is scheduled to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad from Thursday. Before the match, the Indian vice-captain gave his answer to the media on the pitch and other questions. On Tuesday morning, South African bowler Dale Steyn made a statement that he was discussing the world. When Rahane was asked about this, he gave a mixed response.
“The IPL has given a very good opportunity to Indian and foreign players to perform here,” Rahane said. This is a platform where everyone is able to show their skills. I don’t know what Dale Steyn said but we are currently here to talk about the Test match.
Stan has decided not to play in the 14th season of the IPL. The player who withdrew from the tournament said on Tuesday that he is given more importance as a player in the T20 leagues played in the rest of the world. He is currently playing for the Kawata Gladiators in the Pakistan T20 Super League.
“Big parties, big names and a lot of money are all things that take players away from cricket in the IPL,” said Dale Steyn. Stan said on YouTube channel Cricket Pakistan, “I found that playing in another T20 league was more rewarding as a player.