Australia spin legend Shane Warne on Thursday made a strong pitch for the pink ball to be used in all Test matches in place of the “pathetic” red cherry that offers “nothing” to the bowler.
The pink ball, as of now, is only used for Day/Night matches that became a part of the cricket calendar since 2015.
“I’ve been saying this for the last few years. I believe the pink ball should be used in all Test matches. Day games, not just day-night games,” Warne said on ‘Fox Cricket’.
“The pink ball, you can actually see the ball easier, crowd can see the ball easier. It generally does more than the red ball and it looks fantastic on TV. So why not use a pink ball the whole time?
“Maybe change it at 60 overs because it goes soft, but I’d be using the pink ball for every Test match so more of it I…