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BCCI gets criticized for shortening the India-Australia 2nd T20 despite no rain on match day

A Twitter user wrote, "Richest board but no proper drainage system." Netizens on Twitter criticized BCCI for poor management.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has been criticized after the second T20 at Nagpur, played between India and Australia. Netizens on Twitter are not happy that the match was shortened to 8 overs due to wet outfield despite no rain on match day.

A Twitter user wrote, “Richest board but no proper drainage system.” “Why can’t stadium authorities be better prepared?” wrote another. “At some point, the administrators need to be held accountable,” another tweet said.

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The ‘Orange City’, Nagpur had experienced some heavy rainfall in the last couple of days. However, it had not rained since Thursday morning. Hence, the blame goes on the administration for not taking proper measures before the match. The match was officially scheduled to start at 7 PM with the toss set to be conducted at 6:30 PM. Nonetheless, the start of the match was delayed due to the wet outfield.

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Prachi Rajan
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