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England players accused of ball tampering
- England players accused of ball tampering
- A player tried to hit the ball with a shoe, the photo spread on social media
- England fast bowler Stuart Broad has clarified this matter on Twitter.
London: The current five-match Test series between India and England is in the news for all the wrong reasons. Things started to get out of hand on the third day of the Lord’s Test match when Jasprit Bumrah hurled bouncers at James Anderson. On the fourth day there was a dispute between Kohli and Anderson. Now for another wrong reason this test has become the center of discussion. England players are being accused of ball tampering.
A photo is spreading fast on social media, in which it is seen that the England fielder has pressed the ball on the field with a shoe. This photo spread rapidly on social media and English players started being accused of ball tampering. When England fast bowler Stuart Broad saw this photo, he decided to clarify on it.
The legendary England fast bowler, while replying to some users on Twitter, said that it was not done intentionally. A few hours ago, Broad had also reacted to Kohli’s lashing out at Anderson. Let us tell you that Stuart Broad has been out of the current series. He has a calf injury. Now his return to the Ashes is considered possible.
Broad replied to a user, ‘My comments are – Wood was trying to dodge Burns with his foot, but the ball landed under his foot. This usually happens. He wanted to kick the ball, but missed. Instead of taking a screenshot of the photo, watch the full video. Simple and easy to see.
Broad replied to a user, ‘I am sure after watching the full footage you will have come to know that this was not done intentionally. Story over.
Responding to a user, Broad wrote, ‘Depends on whether the ball is damaged? Think of it like if the ball was hit for a six in the stands. If the ball doesn’t make a mark, then why change it?’
In response to a user, Broad said, ‘Look at my earlier comments. Watch the video. It was not done intentionally at all.
This incident was also noticed by Virender Sehwag, who taunted him in his quirky style. Sehwag tweeted, ‘What is happening. Is the ball tampering being done by England or is there a way to avoid Kovid.
Let us tell you that if someone changes the shape of the ball wrongly, then the match referee has the power to take action and he can also question the player whether he did it intentionally. However, if we talk about the match, till the time of writing the news, India has scored 158 runs in 73 overs for the loss of 4 wickets. Ajinkya Rahane 58 * and Rishabh Pant 3 * are frozen at the crease. India’s lead has gone up to 131 runs.
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