The most popular game among all online fantasy games, Fantasy Cricket, is leading the industry. Fantasy cricket is enjoyed by millions of people every day through several fantasy gaming apps in India. Let’s read about a few funny moments that happened in Fantasy cricket.
Virat Kohli debates the DRS with the umpire.
Instead, Afghanistan gave the two-time world champions India a run for their money on Saturday, forcing them to bowl furiously in order to win.
Virat Kohli, the captain of India, was frequently spotted becoming excited, nervous, and even disputing with umpires during Afghanistan’s pursuit of 225 runs in Southampton.
One such occurrence occurred in Mohammed Shami’s third over, which he bowled in place of the injured Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Mohammed Shami was selected for the team.
Hazratullah Zazai, the Afghanistan opener, appeared to be caught next to the stumps by a full-length clean delivery from Shami. The Indian players immediately appealed, but umpire Aleem Dar rejected their request.
However, Kohli reconsidered the on-field choice after a lengthy conversation with both the bowler and his brainer man MS Dhoni. However, India was unsuccessful in the one review since it was determined that the ball had pitched outside the leg stump, and the field-of-play judgement stood.
Angered by this, Kohli immediately went to the umpires and was shown shouting with them since he thought that more than 50. Unhappy with this, Kohli immediately went to the umpires and was observed disputing with them because he thought that more than 50% of the ball had pitched inside the stumps. But that wasn’t the case. To India’s advantage, Zazai did not significantly contribute to the score as he was sent behind by Shami in the seventh over at his personal score of 10. Earlier, India’s renowned batting lineup struggled to get 224 runs in their 50 overs against the Afghan spinners on a slow Ageas Bowl track. The Indian bowlers, especially Jasprit Bumrah and Shami, turned up a stellar effort to help the side win by a razor-thin margin of 11 runs.
“Went To His Room & Started Crying”: Kohli’s sleepless night after Coach’s prank
When Virat Kohli onto the cricket pitch, he does so with his heart on his sleeve. He performs at his best when he is emotionally invested in the game, as we have witnessed several times whenever India loses a crucial game, he finds it difficult to control his emotions and is frequently seen with tears in his eyes.
Kohli gives it his best for his team, whether it’s a national or international match. Seldom ever lets his failure on the field influence him off it. Coach Ajit sir didn’t mention Virat’s name in the squad meeting. Virat entered his room and broke down in tears. He told Sir over the phone that he had received scores of 200 and 250. To be honest, he had scored a lot that year. Simply put, he didn’t score enough runs in the last two to three innings. He also contacted Rajkumar sir, who was Virat’s boyhood coach, since he was so upset, the witness continued.
The 2014 T20 league incident involving Mitchell Starc and Kieron Pollard should not be minimized
It came in the 16th over of Tuesday’s Indian Premier League match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and the Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai as they attempted to chase down a total of 188. After Rilee Rossouw mistimed a shot and the ball landed couple yards away from the pitch, Yuvraj Singh and the RCB batters tried to sprint across for a quick single since they needed more than 12 runs per over. Whether it was his fast thinking or plain sloth, the athletic Mumbai Indians all-rounder Kieron Pollard coolly kicked the ball toward the stumps. Although it wasn’t the first time a player has attempted a straight kick, Pollard’s strike stood out since it wasn’t made from a very close distance and it found its target.
Earlier in the match, while Mumbai was batting, Pollard got into a fight with Mitchell Starc of the RCB. When Pollard’s attempted scoop over the wicketkeeper fell short, the Australian had a few choice words for him. The Trinidadian dismissed Starc by casually brushing him aside with a dismissive sweep of his hand.
The incident ought to have ended there and then, but on the next delivery, Pollard backed away from his position just as Starc was getting ready to deliver. Unhappy with the rather delayed retreat, the Australian continued with the ball and seemed to be aiming for Pollard, who was moving away in the direction of the leg umpire.
After that, a furious Pollard raised his bat in Starc’s direction and was about to throw it at him when he let go of it. Virat Kohli, the captain of the RCB, and the two protagonists, the umpires, got into a furious altercation after tshat.