Jaipur: Former Australia leg spinner and Rajasthan Royals captain Shane Warne on Sunday expressed displeasure over Mumbai Indians skipper Sachin Tendulkar's remarks on the pitch at the Sawai Man Singh stadium in Jaipur, which hosted the IPL match between the two sides on Friday.
Tendulkar, after his team's seven-wicket defeat, drubbed the wicket two-paced wicket and in which the ball kept low, but Warne thought otherwise. "It is very unfortunate. Mumbai still is not relishing the fact that they were restricted to 94 for 8 and that is why they are searching for excuses. They should admit that they were outplayed if they were outplayed," Warne said after leading his team to a six-wicket win over Pune Warriors on Sunday.
"A pitch inspector (member of the pitch committee of BCCI) was here and how the wicket can be termed bad when we reached the target losing three wickets. The ball was coming nicely and it was the same wicket on which Kolkata made 160 odd losing one wicket," he said.