2015 World Cup quarter-final memories still haunt Bangladesh supporters
Bangladesh supporters are resisting renewed quarter-finals of the 2015 World Cup against India where two divergent decisions have been taken against them ahead of the highly anticipated semi-final of the Champions Trophy ICC on Thursday in Edgbaston here Thursday.
A report from Bangladesh’s vernacular newspaper, “Jugantor” published Tuesday, part of Bangladesh’s supporters has the 2015 World Cup quarterfinals in mind where two decisions were made against them.
First, centurion Rohit Sharma (137) got a break in his individual score of 90 with the team a total of 196 in the 40th most rolled by Rubel Hossain when a marginal call “no ball” was for the first game of India.
Ian Gould was the referee who judged the full size Rubel shootout as “no ball” with Rohit who was in the middle guard depth.
However, the television replays showed that it was a real touch situation that could have gone one way or another.
Then Shikhar Dhawan seemed to play the limit rope by taking a trap to destroy batter Mohammad Mahmudullah in form for 21 in 17. While the replays were inconclusive, the third referee made the decision in favor of India.
India won the match for 109 races, while many Bangladesh fans burned an effigy of Pakistani referee Aleem Dar.
“Jugantor” said that although there were no reports of Bangladesh supporters worrying about Richard Kettleborough and Kumar Dharmasena, referees for the semi-finals on Thursday, the World Cup 2.015 incidents are new in their memories and everyone Will be on guard watching the game on television.
Bangladesh has so far mounted on the back of their performances from experienced players to book a place in the semifinal, although with the help of rain in the match against Australia where they fell through the floors when the skies opened and the points were split .
However, Tamim Iqbal reached a century and continued with 95 in the first two matches of the tournament, and Mushfiqur Rahim, who scored a 50 against England, helped the team to beat above their weight.
To reassemble things, magnificent hundreds of Shakib al-Hasan and Mahmudulah Riad in a fifth guardhouse 224 shots they won the game against a more imaginative New Zealand after 33/4 chasing 266 to win show their worth.
Coach Chandika Hathurusingha manages the pace variety against India, which stars like Virat Kohli, Dhawan Fit, Rohit Sharma, Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni in their range of batteries.
“We are better than anyone else (when asked to compare their bowling attack with India).” We have variations. Each of the four fast bowlers gives a different taste, “Sri Lanka by the Daily said the Daily Star Bangladesh ‘in remarks to reporters after the training session in Edgbaston on Tuesday.
“I’ve always said that my runners were better, India should not be underestimated, they have a very good fastball attack, they are very good in terms of votes, as I said before, they have four pitchers with different abilities,” he added.