Former New Zealand cricketer Shane Bond has feels, cricket as a whole has changed a lot across all formats.
Think its changed across formats: Shane Bond finds modern-day cricket exciting
“I think it’s changed across all formats. I believe that technology has changed around vets, as has the mindset”, the 47-year-old was quoted as saying by Zee.
“I believe we’ve seen that, and it’s now flown into Test cricket, T20 cricket, with the way and pace of the game being played in London showing that, but the 360 natures of the game, players like Suryakumar Yadav, Jos Butler, those sorts of players who score everywhere and aren’t afraid to play shots, you know from day one,” he added.
“That’s why I love doing this job, as I get a front-row seat to watch the best players in the world do that stuff, and I’m still sticking by my job. But hell, it’s a lot of fun, and you want the game to continue to develop. You know, the 4-year-old son who loves the game and loves watching these players and wants the sport to have heroes, and the ones who are doing it today are certainly doing injustice,” the former pacer signed off.
Shane Bond is currently working with MI Emirates as Head Coach in International League T20.