The 12 edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup is currently underway in England and Wales where rain is playing as a big spoiler. Till date, four games have been washed-out which has frustrated cricket enthusiasts who waited 4 long years for this tournament. In addition, it has disturbed few teams’ chances of qualifying for the final-four stage of the event.
Former skipper and one of finest batting talents of Sri Lanka, Kumar Sangakkara isn’t sitting pleased with playing conditions in England as he raised the point of covering the entire playing area like it happens in Sri Lanka. The 41-year old believes that it is disappointing for teams as well as for fans to see them losing crucial games to rain.
Moreover, the cricketer turned commentator discussed the non-uniform pitches at different venues of the competition as he emphasized the need of adjusting to the conditions. Sri Lanka was a victim of two washed-out games and now they are lined up to play the top-ranked ODI side of England on June 21 at Friday.