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Australia’s Jampa Gulbadin is angry with Naib, Vaughan took strong action

Ritul Pandey

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Afghanistan defeated Bangladesh by Duckworth-Lewis (DLS) rule. In this way, Afghanistan has become the fourth team to reach the semi-finals of T20 World Cup 2024. But after this victory, the Afghanistan player has started getting criticized. Gulbadin Naib’s injury in the 12th over of Bangladesh’s innings has become a topic of discussion in the cricket world. Which people are calling ‘fake injury’. Afghanistan was slightly ahead of the DLS score, the game was often interrupted due to rain during the match. Taking advantage of this, the head coach of the Afghan team Jonathan Trott warned the players from the dugout and warned of postponing the match.

Gulbadin Naib was standing in the slip. Suddenly he fell on the ground holding his leg. He claimed that he was injured. That is why the match was delayed. Now Australian player Adam Zampa and England’s legendary player Michael Vaughan have taken serious notice of this incident with Naib.

Adam Zampa was angry

After hearing about the incident in the Afghanistan-Bangladesh match, Australia’s leg-spinner Adam Zampa has expressed his anger on his Instagram story. Zampa has used the word ‘rainstring’ in English while taking a dig at Gulbadin Naib’s ‘fake injury’. The reason for Zampa’s anger is that due to Afghanistan’s victory, Australia’s team has been eliminated from the tournament. If Afghanistan had lost, Australia would have reached the semi-finals.

Michael Vaughan also took the news

Former England captain Michael Vaughan is always in the news for his sharp statements and this time too he has done the same. He said that he was happy to see that Gulbadin became the first cricketer in history to take a wicket within 25 minutes of getting injured.

Who will Afghanistan face in the semi-finals?

Now Afghanistan will face South Africa in the first semi-final of T20 World Cup 2024. For the first time in history, the Afghanistan team has reached the semi-finals of an ICC tournament. The semi-final match will start on June 27 at 6 am Indian time. India and England will face each other in the second semi-final match. This match will be played in the evening.

Ritul Pandey

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