Bangladesh wicketkeeper-hitter Nurul Hasan has blamed Indian maestro Virat Kohli for “counterfeit handling” which slipped by everyone’s notice by on-field umpires and denied his group of five possibly imperative punishment runs in their T20 World Cup game. Set a changed objective of 151 out of 16 overs after a concise spell of downpour, Bangladesh missed the mark by five runs. While his captain Shakib Al Hasan yielded that they lost all well and good, Nurul, who kept Bangladesh in the game in the last done with a six and a four off Arshdeep Singh, appeared to scrutinize the on-field umpires after the game.
Without a doubt, the wet outfield had an effect when we restarted the game. Yet, there was likewise a phony toss which might have us five runs yet we didn’t actually get that,” Nurul said in Bengali at the blended zone, in a roundabout way blaming umpires Chris Brown and Marais Erasmus of disregarding the episode.
The episode that Nurul was alluding to occurred in the seventh over. A video recording showed that Arshdeep tossed the ball from the profound and Kohli – – at point – – pretended as though he were transferring it at the non-striker’s end. A transfer toss is one where the defender nearer to the track gets the ball from profound and tosses it at the stumps.
The two players – – Litton Das and Najmul Hossain Shanto – – didn’t actually take a gander at Kohli and that is the reason Nurul’s contention brings up issues. The ICC playing conditions rule 41.5, which relates to unjustifiable play, precludes handling group from “purposeful, interruption, double dealing or deterrent of the hitter”.
In the event that the umpire finds any one has penetrated the standard, he can call it a dead ball and grant five punishment runs. While Nurul blamed Kohli for counterfeit handling, he didn’t consider the expressions “interruption and duplicity” part in the standard.
Neither Shanto nor Litton was taking a gander at Kohli, and subsequently, they were not diverted or hoodwinked. Going against the norm, there is plausible that Nurul may be endorsed for reprimanding the match authorities.