Can there only be seaming and batting tracks?' BCCI asks ICC: report The Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) experienced rated the Nagpur pitch used for the India-South Africa Test as 'poor' and in its strongly-worded reply to the report filed by Match Referee Jeff Crowe, the Board of Handle for Cricket in India (BCCI) has questioned the apex human body that why can't there be spinning tracks for Test cricket. The ICC had asked the BCCI to reply inside 14 times, and according to a report in the dna, the Indian board has minced no words in a letter to the apex entire body. ALSO SEE Kohli launches salvo at ICC The newspaper report indicates that the BCCI has put its excess weight behind the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium's monitor that saw India profitable the third Test by 124 operates to take a series-profitable 2- lead in the four-Take a look at sequence. The Examination, which obtained in excess of in under three days, observed the spinners getting 33 of the forty wickets to drop, such as a 79 all out for South Africa in their very first innings. Crowe then rated the pitch as 'poor' in his report. ALSO SEE ICC costs Nagpur pitch as very poor "The assessment of Nagpur pitch as 'poor' was totally incorrect. The Board has strongly contested Jeff Crowe's report," dna quoted a board formal as expressing. "There are distinct varieties of wickets – a batting wicket, a seaming wicket and a spinning wicket. If the spinners are able to switch the ball on the first day of the Take a look at, then how could the pitch be termed poor," BCCI, in accordance to the newspaper, has said in its letter to ICC. ALSO SEE Twitter blasts Nagpur track The BCCI has questioned why can not there be a contest in between bat and ball on a spinning monitor. "There is a perception that a contest among ball and bat can occur only on a seaming wicket. Spinners can also have a contest with the batsmen in cricket," the formal included. ALSO SEE Nagpur pitch underneath-prepared: Kris For every to the newspaper report, the BCCI has urged the ICC to re-go to all the forty wickets to tumble for the duration of the Nagpur Examination. "Too much flip is a matter of notion. The batsmen identified it challenging not thanks to the wicket but due to very poor method and temperament. Not a single ball exhibited extreme unevenness of bounce. Then, how can it be termed a inadequate pitch?" the formal additional said. The BCCI has reportedly also cited the illustration of the inaugural day-night Examination between Australia and New Zealand, which also ended within three times. "Adelaide game too finished inside 3 times. Most of the wickets there ended up taken by seamers. Can that pitch then be termed 'poor' for giving too much seam motion"? ICC's Common Supervisor of Cricket, Geoff Allardice, and Chief Match Referee, Ranjan Madugalle, will now review the circumstance before ruling in opposition to or in favour of Crowe's report. 0 Spotted, 0 Points, #293,000 Worldwide