Team India’s T20I captain Hardik Pandya had slammed curators for preparing pathetic wickets for the first two T20Is against New Zealand. He was furious after the Men in Blue won the second game in the 20th over while chasing just 100.

However, his deputy Suryakumar Yadav has a different viewpoint. Instead of slamming the curator, he dubbed the wicket challenging and urged everyone to move on.a

“Red soil, black soil – The wicket doesn’t matter at all. This is not in your control. It was low-scoring, but it was an exciting game. We must accept the challenge and move on,” he said at the Narendra Modi Stadium on the eve of the last contest.

The series is tied 1-1 after two games.

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