Set a revised goal of 151 in 16 overs after a quick spell of rain, Bangladesh fell quick by 5 runs.
Whereas his skipper Shakib Al Hasan conceded that they misplaced truthful and sq., Nurul, who saved Bangladesh within the recreation within the last over with a six and a 4 off Arshdeep Singh, appeared to criticise the on-field umpires after the sport.
“Positively, the moist outfield did have an effect once we restarted the sport. However there was additionally a faux throw which might have gotten us 5 runs however we did not even get that,” Nurul mentioned in Bengali on the combined zone, not directly accusing umpires Chris Brown and Marais Erasmus of overlooking the incident.
The incident that Nurul was referring to occurred within the seventh over. A video recording confirmed that Arshdeep threw the ball from the deep and Kohli — at level — feigned as if he had been relaying it on the non-striker’s finish.
A relay throw is one the place the fielder nearer to the monitor catches the ball from deep and throws it on the stumps.
The 2 batters — Litton Das and Najmul Hossain Shanto — did not even have a look at Kohli and that is why Nurul’s argument raises questions.
The ICC enjoying circumstances rule 41.5, which pertains to unfair play, prohibits fielding workforce from “deliberate, distraction, deception or obstruction of the batter”.
If the umpire finds anybody has breached the rule, he can name it a lifeless ball and award 5 penalty runs.
Whereas Nurul accused Kohli of faux fielding, he did not issue within the phrases “distraction and deception” half within the rule.
Neither Shanto nor Litton was taking a look at Kohli, and therefore, they weren’t distracted or deceived.
Quite the opposite, there’s a risk that Nurul may be sanctioned for criticising the match officers.