Cricket

Did India keep up with Afghanistan? Wasim Akram and Waqar say Akash Chopra in response!

Highlights:

  • Aakash Chopra responds to allegations made by the Pakistani actress
  • India’s next game is against Scotland on November 5th
  • India beat Afghanistan at the World Cup with 66 runs

Dubai: India overcame their first two T20 World Cup defeats with a convincing win over Afghanistan. The victory by a large margin boosted the players’ self-confidence. India was also the only team to have 200 runs at the World Cup that year. Immediately after the game against Afghanistan, allegations of match-fixing have surfaced.

Allegations of match-fixing between India and Afghanistan are circulating on social media. Pakistani film star Sehar Shinwari has accused the BCCI of sabotaging the game on Twitter. However, former cricketer Aakash Chopra says India played as India.

Former Pakistani players Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis have spoken out against allegations of match-fixing. Akram said he did not know why such conspiracies against cricket were hatched. India is one of the best teams. He added that such a claim was wrong as they played a game or two poorly.

Waqar Younis said the allegations were unfounded. Needless to say, people spread everything. Waqar suggested that it was better not to attach too much importance to this. India’s next game is against Scotland on November 5th. It will also play Namibia on November 8th. A victory by a large margin in these two games is essential for India. In addition, India will only have a semi-final chance if New Zealand loses one of the remaining games.

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