‘Kohli is a big name, so the referee…’ Waqar Younis made a big statement on the no-ball controversy

In the T20 World Cup on Wednesday, the Indian team defeated Bangladesh by 5 runs in a thrilling match. At the same time, an incident occurred in this match that is in many controversies. Actually, during the batting of the India team, Virat Kohli faced a short ball at the 16th. In addition to hitting this ball, Virat demanded a no ball towards the square-legged umpire and signaled it. After this, there was an argument between Shakib and the referee, but Virat spoke with Shakib and then the matter was resolved. Now former Pakistan coach and fast pitcher Waqar Younis has given a great statement about this incident.

Former Pakistan coach and veteran fast bowler Waqar Younis said on the no-ball controversy during the India-Bangladesh match that Virat Kohli is a big name so umpires sometimes come under pressure. Waqar said during a conversation on A Sports that “Shakib is telling him to hit and let the umpire do his job. He’s saying what we said, that if you’re going to call something, you put pressure on the umpire.” . He is a great name. Virat Kohli is a big name, so referees are under pressure sometimes.

Apart from Waqar, about this no-ball controversy, former Pakistani veteran bowler Wasim Akram said that ‘I think it’s a natural thing for a batsman. If he looks off target, point to the referee anyway. I don’t know the laws today. In such a situation, maybe a current player can tell us. Let us tell you that there was a lot of controversy regarding this India-Bangladesh off-the-ball dispute. Many former players have also given their opinion on this controversy.

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