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What Wasim-Walker said about the moment of Shakib-Kohli's 'no' ball

What Wasim-Walker said about the moment of Shakib-Kohli's 'no' ball

 Virat Kohli is in great form with the bat in T20 World Cup. Unbeaten with fifty in three of the four matches. But along with batting skills, Kohli is also involved in controversy. After the Bangladesh-India match, there is a heated discussion about his 'fake fielding'. The umpires ignored it and got away with it. India also survived the run penalty. The question is, does Kohli keep the umpires under pressure?

Kohli has been involved in two 'no' ball decisions in this World Cup so far. While batting against Bangladesh in Adelaide, Hasan raised his hand at the leg square umpire to call a Mahmood delivery 'no'.

When Marais Erasmus signaled 'no', Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan smiled and hugged Kohli. Then spoke to Kohli and Erasmus.

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Almost the same thing happened in the India-Pakistan match in Melbourne. In the last over of the match on that day, the umpire signaled 'no' to Mohammad Nawaz's ball. Earlier, Kohli indicated a 'no' ball by playing the ball that came at waist height. Pakistan captain Babar Azam was then seen talking to the umpire, who was unhappy with his behavior.

Pakistan's two legendary cricketers Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis spoke about Kohli's gesture of giving the 'no' ball like this in a sports program. According to Walker, umpires sometimes feel pressured by Kohli's cues.

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"Shakib was saying, 'You do your batting, let the umpires do their job,'" Walker said of the moment Shakib ran out after Kohli's 'no' ball appeal in Adelaide. What Shakib said, we also said. Saying something to the umpire means putting him under pressure. And Kohli is a big player. Sometimes the umpires are under pressure because of that.

Shakib Al Hasan talks to umpire Erasmus

Shakib Al Hasan talking to Umpire Erasmus Photo: Prothom Alo

However, his former teammate Wasim Akram could not agree with Walker's words.

Instead, he thinks it is normal for the batsmen to appeal, "I think this is normal for the batsmen." If they see a wide, by all means tell the umpire. I don't know what the current law says. Today's cricketers can tell us that.


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