U19 CWC: Kapil Dev angry with Indian team on misconduct issue, demands action from BCCI

Feb 12 2020 05:11 PM
U19 CWC: Kapil Dev angry with Indian team on misconduct issue, demands action from BCCI

Both the veteran players and former captains Kapil Dev and Mohammad Azharuddin are very angry with the Indian team, the runners-up of the Under-19 World Cup. Both former captains are shocked by the mistreatment and ill-treatment of Indian players against Bangladeshi players in the final. This is the reason why both former Indian players have condemned the entire team and demanded action from the BCCI against them.

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According to reports, in the final of the World Cup played in South Africa, on Sunday, the former champions India and Bangladesh had a match. In terms of sports, both the teams performed well and a tough match was also seen in the middle of the field. After the match, the players of both the team tried to provoke each other by abusing each other and then, in the midst of the sight, the ground also started raging. In this entire case, the ICC also took action on Tuesday on a total of five Indo-Bangladesh players (3 Bangladeshi and 2 Indians) under indiscipline and also awarded suspension points for violating the code of conduct.

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Former world champion Captain Kapil Dev, in conversation with English newspaper 'The Hindu', demanded that the BCCI take strict steps on those players and teach them a lesson. He said that cricket is not a game of abusing your opposition. Kapil said that there is no problem in being zealous during the game but it is important to be restrained.

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