India vs England: Nervous in regards to the lights at Narendra Modi Stadium, gamers might want to adapt rapidly, says Virat Kohli
The refurbished stadium, the most important cricketing enviornment on the earth, does not have the normal floodlight towers however a hoop of LED lights across the perimeter of its roof
Ahmedabad: India captain Virat Kohli is fearful that the lights on the Narendra Modi Stadium may probably affect visibility and stated the gamers might want to adapt rapidly.
The refurbished stadium, the most important cricketing enviornment on the earth, does not have the normal floodlight towers however a hoop of LED lights across the perimeter of its roof. It’s just like the ring of fireplace’ on the Dubai Worldwide Stadium, which regularly poses a problem to the fielding aspect.
“It’s such an thrilling environment right here on the largest cricket stadium. I am a bit extra fearful in regards to the lights than the color of the seats,” Kohli stated on the toss forward of the day/evening Check towards England.
“When it will get misplaced with the lights on the again, it is exhausting to identify the ball. We have performed at an identical stadium at Dubai. It is about angles, physique positions. It is advisable to adapt fairly rapidly,” Kohli added.
Throughout final yr’s Indian Premier League within the UAE, a number of regulation catches have been dropped by fielders in Dubai as a result of blinding lights, as in comparison with the stadiums Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
Kohli additionally reiterated that he does not assume the orange seats on the stands would pose a visibility problem for the gamers.
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