India vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup 2022: Indian team defeated Bangladesh In the T20 World Cup 2022 Played on Wednesday (November 2) in Adelaide, Australia. But Bangladeshi cricket fans and Cricketers are unable to digest this defeat. They are blaming umpire’s dicisons and some moment for their defeat.
Now, Bangladeshi wicket-keeper Nurul Hasan has accused Virat Kohli for fake fielding. He Said “Viral Kohli did the Fake Fielding that Umpires not seen”. If they could seen it our team can get the 5 Runs as per rules and that could play the main role to win the watch.
Viral Kohli Seen Moving Hands in Viral Video
The incident of Kohli’s fake fielding also captured in the camera. A video is also viral on social media. This incident happened at the 7th Over of Bangladesh’s spell. Batsman Liton Das ran for a run after playing a shot on the off side off the ball of spinner Axar Patel. Then Arshdeep Singh threw the ball while fielding.
But in the meantime, the ball also came out from near Virat Kohli standing at point. But Kohli did not catch the ball, but did take action like catching and throwing. Then the field umpires Marais Erasmus and Chris Brown did not take any action on this matter. He may not have seen this incident at all. Then Liton Das and Najmul Hussain Shanto were at the crease. He also did not pay attention and did not raise any objection.
so, even if this did happen, none of the batsmen from bangladesh appealed for this fake fielding 🤺#FakeFielding #NoBall #ViratKohli𓃵 #INDvsBAN #T20WorldCup #Cheating #SuryakumarYadav #KLRahul𓃵 #RohitSharma𓃵 #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/Zl1qGNIto3
— mayank ranjan (@theranjanmayank) November 3, 2022
Nurul Hasan Addressed the media after Match
On this, Nurul Hasan drew everyone’s attention after the match. He told the media, ‘Everyone had seen that the ground was wet at this time. This also had a great impact on the match. When talking about this, let me tell that there was a fake throw too. On this 5 runs could have been given as a penalty. It could have been in our favour, but bad luck
What does the rule say in the case of fake fielding
Unfair play in cricket is described in Rule 41.5. According to this, willfully divert the attention of the batsman, deceive or misbehave is not toleate in anyway. If this happens, the umpire can declare this ball as a dead ball under this rule. Also 5 runs can be added to the batting team’s account.