What was the no-ball dispute between Virat Kohli and Shakib Al Hasan? Know here

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On Wednesday, the Indian team took the field to face Bangladesh in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. Shakib Al Hasan, the captain of Bangladesh, chose to bowl first after winning the toss. Virat Kohli and KL Rahul’s outstanding effort helped India reach 184 runs off the loss of 6 wickets.

The argument about the no-ball was resolved during the same game. Former Indian team captain Virat contributed to this. Shakib, the captain of Bangladesh and the bad boy in international cricket, approached the umpire while protesting the call for no ball.When Virat Kohli noticed this, he instantly intervened and brought Shakib along with him, reassuring and reassuring him.

In actuality, Virat played the final ball of Hasan Mahmood’s 16 overs of the Indian team’s inning, and Kohli made a run on it because the ball had extra bounce. He pointed at the umpire and demanded a no ball; the umpire complied and declared it to be a no ball. Kohli stepped in and the situation was resolved there as soon as the umpire gave that a no.