IND vs ENG: Kiren Rijiju and Jay Shah visit the fascinating Hall of Fame area at Motera Stadium | Cricket News


Motera Stadium may have already made an impression as the largest stadium in the world, but the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) has left nothing behind to ensure that the feeling once fans step into the stadium is everything. also fascinating. The glimpse of every Indian cricket legend should captivate the hearts of cricket fans, from the moment they step into the stadium in the Hall of Fame area. Located on the ground floor, all of the major cricket memories are there, whether it was the T20 World Cup victory in 2007 or the 50 World Cup victory victory in 2011. The memory of the very first test of India’s day-night which has 2019 is also captured here.

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Only one strip – which has been illuminated – features footage of all of this country’s cricket legends, from Sunil Gavaskar to Virat Kohli. The likes of CK Nayudu, Lala Amarnath, Vinoo Mankad, Sachin Tendulkar, Rohit Sharma, MS Dhoni, Sourav Ganguly also have their image highlighted in the Hall of Fame.

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah and Youth and Sports Union Minister Kiren Rijiju visited Motera Stadium on the eve of the India-England Pink Ball Test, and they took a look at the beautiful Hall of Fame area.

While England point guard Jofra Archer told the ECB media team on Monday that he liked what he saw at Motera stadium, skipper Joe Root also said he was impressed with the “phenomenal” stadium. on the eve of the match. Root said the atmosphere inside the stadium will be “electric” when they step onto the pitch on Wednesday.

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“It’s a phenomenal stadium. I’m sure you’re going to see some brilliant cricket over the years on this pitch. It looks fantastic, I hope the wicket can produce some really good cricket. I’m sure that the atmosphere in (the stadium) will be electric. It’s also great to see the fans come back to the previous game. I’m sure with the capacity of this pitch the noise will increase and you want to be a part of great games ” Root said at a virtual press conference. Tuesday.

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Meanwhile, in full confidence after beating England in the second test in Chennai, the Indian team led by Virat Kohli will look to maintain the winning momentum as they take the field in the pink ball test. A victory will bring them closer to a place in the final of the first edition of the World Test Championship.

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