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Virat Kohli was at fault against Bangladesh, an ex-Indian cricketer admits
Virat Kohli was at fault against Bangladesh, an ex-Indian cricketer admits
Virat Kohli was at fault against Bangladesh, an ex-Indian cricketer admits
Cricket Virat Kohli was at fault against Bangladesh, an ex-Indian cricketer admits

Virat Kohli was at fault against Bangladesh, an ex-Indian cricketer admits

Ex-Indian Cricketer: Several highly contentious occurrences occurred during the Super 12 match between Bangladesh and the Indian cricket team. Even though India won the game in the very last over, the speedy restart of play following rain and Virat Kohli’s alleged “false fielding” have garnered a lot of attention from fans, ex-cricketers, and analysts. Former India cricketer Aakash Chopra has acknowledged that Kohli was guilty of “false fielding” and that India received a reprieve because the umpires failed to see the event, despite Bangladesh’s continued criticism of the match’s umpire.

Nurul Hasan, the wicketkeeper-batsman for Bangladesh, came out swinging against Virat Kohli and the Indian team, claiming that his team should have received 5 more runs as a result of the Indian star’s behaviour.

Even Aakash Chopra believes that if the umpires had observed what Kohli did on the field, India would have received a penalty.

“Toh 5 run ki pentaly padti humko aur 5 run se hum match bhi jeete toh false fielding tha, 100% tha, wo jo throw marne ka prayas kia wo. (Yes, due to the way Kohli attempted to throw the ball, that was 100% false fielding. We would have received a five-run penalty and would have won by just five runs had the umpires seen him do so.) We were able to get away from this situation, but the umpires will need to be more vigilant if this happens again. Thus, is Bangladesh correct? They are, but nobody noticed it back then, thus nothing can be done at this time “In a video posted to his YouTube channel, the former cricketer turned pundit remarked.

Chopra emphasised that in addition to the 5-run fine, the ball would have been declared “dead,” and the 2 runs that Bangladesh scored on it would have been added to the score.

The two runs the Bangladeshi partnership made would still have counted if the five penalty runs had been awarded, the ball would have been dead, and Bangladesh would have had the option of choosing who gets to strike in the following delivery, Chopra said in the video.

The former opener for India believes that India benefited from a poor umpiring call during the game. But he also emphasised the need to exercise greater caution in such situations going forward.

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Virat Kohli was at fault against Bangladesh, an ex-Indian cricketer admits
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