Motera Stadium

Before the 4th test, India was on the top of the WTC table with a win percentage of 71 but still needed to win or either draw the test to qualify for the Final

Verbal spat erupted on Twitter, soon after renaming of the stadium, with many BJP supporters justifying the move. They claimed that not 1 but many airports, roads and projects are named after Nehru Gandhi family and this naming of stadium after PM Modi is rightly deserved.

The Motera is now the world’s largest cricket stadium with a capacity of 1,32,000 spectators. While most cricket grounds are built round in shape, the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad is oval.

Many are terming the naming of the stadium after PM Modi a big name game. Some said since PM Modi is involved in active politics, it is inappropriate to do such a thing.

Crowd evacuation is a little bit difficult when the match ends and there is chaos on show, but Motera has also sorted this out as a big ramp has been created and the entire crowd capacity can leave the stadium within 30 minutes.

President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday inaugurated the newly-built Motera Stadium which was renamed the Narendra Modi Stadium ahead of the pink-ball Test between India and England.

The Sardar Patel Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad is spread over 63 acres, with a seating capacity of 1.10 lakh people, which which trumps the MCG in Australia that can accommodate 90,000 people.

The Sardar Patel Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad is spread over 63 acres, with a seating capacity of 1.10 lakh people. Currently, Melbourne is the largest cricket stadium in the world.

The Sardar Patel Motera Stadium spreads across 63 acres with 3 entry points, surpassing the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia by a seating capacity of 1.10 lakh.

England and India players have begun training in the stadium and are wowed by the size of the stadium with a sitting capacity of 1,10,000.