In a rare burst of anger, the two-time member of the Indian world cup winning team voiced his opinion about the display of sportsmanship from the Aussie opener David Warner. The batsman took advantage of the double-bouncer ball, which slipped out of the hands of Mohammad Hafeez. Warner, seeing the opportunity, smacked the ball into the stands. The batsman was also awarded a free hit as the double ball bouncer was termed no-ball by the umpire.
The former Indian opener wrote on his Twitter about the lack of sportsmanship and also tagged along Ravichandran Ashwin, who was criticized by the many in the cricketing fraternity over his mankading episode.
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Australia defeated England in Semi-final
In a nail-biting encounter, the team from down under overcame a terrific bowling attack led by Shaheen Shah Afridi. While the pace bowler managed to get the skipper out on the 3rd ball of the innings, his final over proved to be costly. He conceded 22 runs in his final over which proved to be the nail in the coffin as Australia won by an over to spare, similar to NewZealand’s victory over England where they won too with an over to spare.