Bangladesh is beating its chest in the name of Kohli, now the board chairman also starts weeping

India defeated Bangladesh by 5 runs in the T20 World Cup match. Virat Kohli played an unbeaten innings of 64 runs in India’s victory.

Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 64

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India to Bangladesh T20 World Cup In their fourth match of the tournament, they lost by 5 runs. After the loss to India in the rain-stopped match, Bangladesh are beating their chest by naming Virat Kohli. Crying for Fake Fielding. Now Bangladesh Cricket Board’s Operations Chairman Jalal Yunus has given a big statement on this matter. He said that the umpires had seen Kohli’s throw, but the umpires said that they did not see it. That’s why he didn’t take the review. Jalal said that Shakib Al Hasan also spoke to umpire Erasmus during and after the match.

Jalal said that he is looking into the matter seriously and will also take up the matter at the appropriate forum. In fact, after losing to India, Bangladesh player Nurul Hasan had accused Kohli of fraud in the press conference.

7th over incident

The incident is being told in the 7th over of Bangladesh’s innings, when Liton Das hit a shot in the deep off side off Axar Patel. During this, Kohli was accused of fielding fake. According to Hassan, Kohli pretended to throw the ball. For this a penalty of 5 runs could have been imposed. If this had happened, the competition would have been in our favor, but it could not happen.

Kohli scored 64 runs

Talking about the match, batting first, India scored 184 runs for 6 wickets. Virat Kohli played an unbeaten innings of 64 runs in 44 balls. At the same time, KL Rahul scored 50 runs in 32 balls. In reply, Bangladesh made a tremendous start and shared a partnership of 68 runs.

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Bangladesh’s rhythm deteriorated after rain

Actually Bangladesh had started well and scored 66 runs in the 7th over without any loss, after which rain came and the over was reduced and Bangladesh got the target of 151 runs in 16 overs. When the Bangladesh team came back to bat, after breaking the opening partnership, the entire innings faltered and the team could only score 145 runs in 16 overs. Liton Das scored the highest 60 runs.

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