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Harsha Bhogle draws a stark comparison between travel and accommodation facilities during cricket tournaments in India and abroad

Harsha Bhogle

Prominent cricket commentator and journalist, Harsha Bhogle, recently, took to Twitter to hail India for a significant improvement in hospitality and other hotel facilities for the cricket staff members and the players during tournaments.

In a thread, he explained how the cricketers and media persons from different nations used to criticize India for its below-par traveling and accommodation facilities. However, the scenario now has become completely opposite.

“The change I have seen with touring and hospitality over my career has been astonishing. When I was younger and and starting out, visiting players and media persons would mock at us, make fun of staying and traveling in India in books and talks, and broadcasts.” Bhogle wrote on his Twitter handle.

“Little did I imagine that in the course of my career, I could see a time when touring abroad would be such a significant comedown in terms of travel & stay. There is now simply no comparison between travel & stay in India and abroad. The progress has been stark and immeasurable.” he added.

The fans also acknowledged the same and voiced their opinion in the comment section. Here’s a look at some of the reactions:

Meanwhile, India have won the recent T20I series against New Zealand by a 1-0 margin. Hardik Pandya led the side in the absence of senior players such as Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.

The first match resulted in a washout, while India won the second match by 65 runs. The third match resulted in a tie due to rain. The focus now shifts to the upcoming three-match ODI series against the same team. Shikhar Dhawan will be leading the team, while Hardik Pandya has been rested.

The first ODI is scheduled to be played on 25th November 2022, followed by second and third ODI on 27th and 30th November 2022 respectively.

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