Warner did such an act against Pakistan, Indian veteran told the truth

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New DelhiIn the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup, Australia defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets and entered the final. Pakistan was considered to be a strong contender to win the T20 World Cup, but they have been out after losing. In this match, an incident happened with Australia’s batsman David Warner, due to which the Indian veteran batsman has told him the truth.

This incident happened during the match

Pakistan bowler Mohammad Hafeez bowled the ball in the 8th over, but the ball accidentally slipped from his hand. After eating two taps, the ball reached David Warner and he sent it for a six. As per the rules it was a no ball and the umpire has called it a no ball. Gautam Gambhir got angry on this YK.

the incident was shameful

Former India batsman Gautam Gambhir has condemned the incident by tweeting. He wrote, ‘Very poor display of sportsmanship on the part of Warner, shameful. What do you say Ravichandran Ashwin?’ This was the reason behind tagging Ashwin. In the IPL of 2019, Ashwin had Mankading Jos Buttler, after which Australian legend Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne questioned Ashwin’s sportsmanship.

Australia wash Pakistan

Australia, chasing the target of 177 runs, lost the first wicket on the score of just 1 run. Then David Warner and Mitchell Marsh shared a 51-run partnership while handling the innings. Warner made 49 and Marsh made 28. There came a time when 5 wickets of Kangaroo team fell for 96 runs. Then it seemed that Pakistan would win this match easily, but Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade had different intentions. Together these two gave Australia a thrilling victory by 5 wickets.

Won by hitting 3 sixes

Australian batsman Matthew Wade hit three sixes on Shaheen Afridi to give his team a spectacular victory. He scored 41 runs in 17 balls, which included 4 sixes. Matthew Wade was given the ‘Man of the Match’ award for his outstanding performance.

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