In the T20 World Cup 2022 match between India and Bangladesh, there was a ruckus over the no ball. Had Virat Kohli not intervened here, Bangladeshi captain Shakib Al Hasan of Bad Boy’s image would have clashed with the umpire. All this happened on the last ball of the 16th over of the Indian innings. Hasan Mahmood’s ball was a bouncer, on which Virat Kohli took a run with the bat and pointed to Umpar demanding a no-ball.
As soon as Virat Kohli signaled, the umpire signaled a no-ball. On this Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan ran towards the umpire. Seeing this happening, Virat Kohli came in the middle. Shakib got angry when he saw Kohli coming. He appeared laughing again. He hugged Kohli. There was a talk between him and Virat Kohli and after that Shakib went to field.
During this, Shakib was seen saying something to Virat Kohli with some gesture, but the matter did not move forward. Virat Kohli also calmed down. The commentators were also seen discussing that the matter was settled after Kohli came in the middle. It is noteworthy that Shakib Al Hasan has clashed with the umpire several times over the decision.
On the other hand, the Indian team scored 184 runs in the match. For him, Virat Kohli played the most innings of 64 not out. In this he faced 44 balls, while hitting 8 fours and a six. Apart from him, KL Rahul played an innings of 50 runs in 32 balls hitting 3 fours and 4 sixes. This is his first half-century in the tournament, while Kohli’s third half-century. Suryakumar Yadav played a stormy innings of 30 runs in 16 balls.