After the T20I World Cup match between India and Bangladesh in Adelaide on Wednesday, a Pakistani journalist alleged that the ICC was favoring India.
On this, former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi did not directly but supported it. Now BCCI President Roger Binny has responded to the allegation of both.
According to news agency ANI, BCCI President Roger Binny criticized the allegations made by both of them saying, “No team gets special attention during ICC events, not even India, whereas India is called the powerhouse of cricket. I don’t think ICC takes sides. They treats everyone as equal. We are all treated equally.”
Afridi’s comment on Pakistani reporter’s allegation –
It may be mentioned that during a debate on Pakistani channel Sama TV, a journalist had said, Shakib Al Hasan was also saying this here and it was also shown on the screen.
You saw the ground was wet, but I think the inclination of the ICC is how it is doing to take India to the semi-finals.
In response, Shahid Afridi said, “I know what happened. The game was stopped due to rain. After that it was started again. It is very clear that India is playing, there is pressure on the ICC, there are many reasons involved. After this Afridi was criticized.
India beaten Bangladesh by five runs –
Let us inform that on Wednesday, a high voltage match was played between India and Bangladesh in Adelaide.
India went on to win by five runs under Duckworth-Lewis in a rain-stopped match. After India won, Virat was also accused of fake fielding.