Bangladesh cricket team’s wicketkeeper batsman Noorul Hasan has accused Indian cricket team’s star player Virat Kohli of fake fielding.
Talking to the media after the defeat against India, Noorul Hasan said that the umpires did not see Virat Kohli’s fake fielding during the match.
Talking about the fake fielding, Noorul Hasan said that we could have got 5 penalty runs for the fake throw and the result of the match would have been in our favor, unfortunately it did not happen.
The video of the match played between Bangladesh and India yesterday is going viral on social media, in which it can be seen that in the 7th over of Bangladesh’s innings, Latin Das played a shot towards the deep off-side field and the ball hit fielder Arsdeep. Went to Singh.
As soon as Arsdeep threw the throw to the wicket keeper, Virat Kohli, who was at point position, pretended that the ball came to him and faked a throw to the bowling end with his bare hands.
According to Law 41.5 of Cricket, deliberately distracting, obstructing or cheating the batsman is prohibited and if this law is violated, the umpire may declare the particular delivery as a dead ball and the batting team may be awarded five overs. Runs may be awarded as penalty.
It should be noted that India defeated Bangladesh by 5 runs in the important match of the Super 12 stage of the International Cricket Council (ICC) T20 World Cup.
In the match played in Adelaide, India gave Bangladesh a target of 151 runs in 16 overs under the Duckworth-Lewis method, the rival team managed to score 145 runs for 6 wickets.