Because of the floor, Afghan cricketers narrowly escaped damage within the match in opposition to Bangladesh (Photograph: Specific Internet).
In the course of the ICC Cricket World Cup, query marks have been raised on the outfield of the Dharamsala Cricket Stadium in India.
Yesterday, there was a match between Bangladesh and Afghanistan on the Dharamsala Cricket Stadium. On this match, the Afghan group was all out by scoring simply 156 runs in 37.2 overs. Acquired it within the thirty fifth over on the lack of
In the course of the match, whereas fielding in opposition to the Bangladeshi batsmen, the gamers of the Afghan group have been seen diving a number of occasions in an try to cease the ball however fell awkwardly as a result of floor sinking.
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The Afghan group administration complained that if the bottom stays like this, the gamers could get injured whereas within the present state of affairs, the venue shouldn’t be prepared for worldwide cricket.
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However, the pinnacle coach of the Afghan group Jonathan Trott stated that the situation of the bottom is such that the gamers don’t perceive whether or not to dive or not, Mujeeb was fortunate that he escaped damage.
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He stated that Dion Conway of New Zealand was additionally near damage within the opening of the World Cup, the organizers ought to make the bottom secure for the gamers.
It must be famous that after a break of two days, the subsequent match in Dharamsala will likely be between Bangladesh and England, whereas India will face New Zealand on October 22.