Former Pakistan cricketer’s Shocking Allegations On BCCI!
The Indian team is looking invincible in the World Cup and recording wins one after the other.By: Tupaki Desk | 3 Nov 2023 5:23 AM GMT
The Indian team is looking invincible in the World Cup and recording wins one after the other. Men In Blue is the only team that is unbeaten in the tournament so far. India recorded seven consecutive wins in the tournament and became the first team to reach the semis stage.
India recorded its seventh consecutive win by crushing island national Sri Lanka the other day. India repeated the Asia Cup heroics against Sri Lanka by restricting the team to just 55 runs. In Asia Cup India wrapped up Sri Lanka for 50. The match shed light on the dominance of the Indian team.
While Indian fans are feeling happy and proud of India’s performance a former Pakistan player leveled serious allegations. The former player alleged that Indian bowlers might be given different balls and that’s why they are performing well.
Referring to team India’s record win former Pakistan player Hasan Raza accused the ICC or the BCCI saying that the Indian team was given different balls and hence the bowlers were able to take wickets and win the matches.
The former player took part in a discussion on India vs Pakistan match. Giving his take on this, Hasan Raza alleged that BCCI or ICC might be giving different balls to the Indian team which is helping the bowlers to take wickets.
As if that is not enough he even said that an investigation should be launched into the matter to check the allegations. His comments are now doing rounds on social media with Indian fans fuming at him.
It has to be mentioned here that the Pakistan team gave reasons while reacting to the poor run. After the loss against India, Pakistan's coach said that there was no support from the crowd and the majority of the audience were Indian fans. He even asked why Pakistan songs were not played.
After the defeat at the hands of South Africa, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam said that they would have won the match had the DRS call given the South African player out in the death overs. Now it's the turn of a former player to come up with strange logic.