Before the third T20 match, Surya has now expressed his opinion about Lucknow’s pitch. Surya said, “I don’t think the pitch matters. Whatever the pitch, you have to be able to play on it. So the pitch has never been a problem for me. Whatever pitch you get in the future, it won’t matter much to me. It doesn’t matter what kind of ground you play on.” It doesn’t matter. These are things that are out of your control. We did what was in our control, we had to adapt. If you adapt, it doesn’t matter much to you. Because when you play, you have to play as it is. . We did the same in the second game and that’s what got us through.”
On one hand, India captain Hardik Pandya is seen blaming the pitch. On the other hand, Suryakumar Yadav is telling how to move forward without blaming the pitch. So these two things are mutually exclusive. Therefore, confusion is now seen as to what is the exact role of the Indian team in this regard. Therefore, it can be seen that the atmosphere in Indian cricket has deteriorated with these opposing statements.