Indian-origin Monty Panesar predicts winner of Test Championship
Indian-origin England player Mudusuddin Singh Panesar or Monty Panesar while making a disputed statement against England told that I know which team will take the winner's crown in the ICC Test Championship. He said in his interview that the team that wins is not India and England, but that team is someone else.
India is number 1 but will not win
The ICC has inaugurated a 2-year long Test Championship to attract public attention in Test cricket. All the teams involved in the championship are struggling to play in the final match at Lord's on 21 June. Meanwhile, England spin bowler Monty Panesar has predicted which team will be the winner in this 2-year long championship.
In this prediction, he said that India's highest points and England also started doing well after winning the World Cup, but in the midst of all these things, I should not forget that there is another team that can defeat these two teams. Keeps the spirit We are talking about the Australia team that can become the winner of this championship.
India's highest score is in the point table
At present, if you look at the ICC Test Championship points table, India are on top with 120 points after winning 2 Tests against West Indies. New Zealand and Sri Lanka are second and third with 60-60 points. Australia is in fourth place with 56 points. In an interview to the Times of India, he said,
Australia seems to be the favorite team for the Test Championship. The way he is playing in the Ashes and dominating England, I am sure he will win the championship. '
Former England player Steve Harmison had previously asked Steve Smith to do whatever he wanted on the field, but he would be remembered as a cheater in history. Now agreeing with the views of his fellow player, Monty Panesar has also said something similar about Steve Smith.
Smith is not entitled to comparison with any player
'Steve Smith should not be compared to any cricketer after his involvement in the Sandpaper Gate controversy. It does not matter how many runs Smith is making or making, but he will never be included in the great list. Smith has scored 671 runs in 5 innings after Bain. He has helped the Australian team to a 2–1 lead by scoring 144, 142, 92, 211, 82 respectively.