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This is why Sourav Ganguly wants ICC to intervene the Wanderers pitch

[caption id="attachment_49781" align="aligncenter" width="580"]Sourav Ganguly showed his support to the players who asked for a fee hike. File Pic Sourav Ganguly is unhappy with the Wanderers pitch. File Pic[/caption]

Internet Desk: Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly feels that the Wanderers pitch which was offered to play the third Test between South Africa and India was unfair on the batsmen as they would have minimum chance to score on it and urged ICC to intervene regarding this matter.

"To play test cricket on this surface is unfair ...saw it in NZ in 2003 ...batsman have minimum chance ...ICC should look into it," tweeted Ganguly.



India were bowled for 187 on day one with Cheteshwar Pujar and captain Virat Kohli scoring fighting half-centuries. South Africa were for six for one at stumps. The pacers enjoyed bowling on the seaming surface with Kagiso Rabada taking three wickets, Morne Morkel, Vernon Philander and Andile Phehlukwayo picking two each.

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