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AFG vs SA: Big controversy over the pitch prepared for T20 World Cup 2024 semi-final match, Rashid Khan said…

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The first semi-final match of the T20 World Cup 2024 was played in Trinidad. South Africa won this match by 9 wickets. South Africa has entered the final of a World Cup for the first time by defeating Afghanistan. The pitch that was made for this match has now become a controversy. In an important match like the semi-finals, South Africa bowled out Afghanistan for just 56 runs. After this, cricket experts and commentators have started questioning the ICC. Rashid Khan has also complained.

In the semi-final of the T20 World Cup, Afghanistan captain Rashid Khan won the toss and decided to bat first. When his team came out to bat, the pitch had an unusual bounce. Apart from this, there were many cracks on this pitch. This was mentioned by former Australian captain Ricky Ponting and South Africa’s Shaun Pollock in the pitch report. Many questions have arisen after the Afghan batsmen fell to the South African bowlers in the first innings.

What did Sanjay Manjrekar-Navjot Singh Sidhu say?

Sanjay Manjrekar and Navjot Singh Sidhu commented that the peaches are very bad. They questioned the ICC. According to these two legendary cricketers, this was a very bad wicket for such an important match. They said that this is a worse wicket than New York. Mohammad Kaif said after analysis that this was a bad pitch.

The flight was four hours late

Afghanistan captain Rashid Khan has also asked some questions to the ICC. He said, at the time of the toss, their flight reached Trinidad four hours late. Therefore, the team did not get time to rest and practice.

Team India will also have to face the same situation

Team India may also have to face a situation like Afghanistan. If Team India defeats England in the semi-finals, they will not get a gap in between. Flights may get delayed due to rain. The final match will start at 10.30 am local time. Therefore, there will be no time to practice and rest.

Ritul Pandey

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