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India Canada T20 World Cup High level of incompetence Netizens angry Lauderhill match washed out

India's unbeaten streak in T20 World Cup ends with washout against Canada in Lauderhill, Florida, sparking criticism of ground staff.

Umpires Richard Kettleborough and Sharfuddoula were seen inspecting the outfield at the Central Broward Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida during the Group A clash between India and Canada. This final Group A match for India in the ongoing T20 World Cup ended in a washout without the toss even taking place, leaving the Men in Blue unbeaten with seven points at the end of the group stage.

Led by Rohit Sharma, the Indian team has been a standout side in the tournament, expected to secure four wins in as many outings in the USA leg of the World Cup. However, inclement weather in Florida, including Miami, prevented this from happening.

The result sparked various reactions on social media, with some fans criticizing the ground staff at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium in Lauderhill for not doing more to prevent another washout. Lauderhill had been scheduled to host four matches in the group stage of the T20 World Cup, and all three matches that have taken place at the venue so far have been abandoned without a single ball bowled.

Fans pointed out the superior drainage system at Bengaluru's M Chinnaswamy Stadium and the quick covering of Sri Lankan venues in case of drizzle as examples of better preparation for adverse weather conditions.

The disappointment of the latest washout in Lauderhill was evident in the reactions from fans and experts alike. The unpredictability of weather in Florida has raised questions about the readiness of venues for major cricket events and the impact it can have on the outcome of matches.

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