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Former cricketer supports Bangladesh in Fake Fielding row, says ‘Virat Kohli 100% did fake fielding’

New Delhi: Bangladesh vice captain Nurul Hasan accused Virat Kohli of fake fielding against them that they led to their defeat. After the statement of Hasan, many controversy erupted on social media and cricket circle as experts discussed whether that is true.

Fans discovered a video and shared online which clearly shows Virat Kohli ‘acting’ to take catch from Arshdeep Singh and then ‘throws’ it towards the stumps.

In the video, it is very cleat that Kohli didn’t have ball in his hands and neither he could have got that catch as it was far away.

Commenting on the matter, former India cricketer Aakash Chopra shared his opinion on the matter and said that it was definitely fake fielding.

While in conversation on Youtube channel, he said, “Woh fake fielding tha, 100% tha, wo jo throw marne ka prayas kia wo agar umpire dekhte toh 5 run ki pentaly padti humko aur 5 run se hum match bhi jeete. So we escaped here but next time if someone does this then the umpires will have to be more careful. So are Bangladesh right? Yes, they are but nobody noticed it then so can’t do anything now.”

Don’t make excuses of loss – Harsha Bhogle 

Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle had backed the action and said that Bangladesh should not give unnecessary reasons for their loss. He wrote, “So, for my friends in Bangladesh, please don’t look at fake fielding or wet conditions as a reason for not reaching the target. If one of the batters had stayed till the end, Bangladesh could have won it. We are all guilty of it….when we search for excuses, we don’t grow.”

Aakash Chopra explained the scenario that could have got Bangladesh win“If that five penalty runs were given, the two that the Bangladesh pair ran, would have still have been counted, the ball would have been dead and Bangladesh would have gotten to choose who takes strike in the next ball.”

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