New Delhi: The semi-final match of the T20 World Cup was played between Australia and Pakistan on Thursday. There was a fierce fight between the two teams in the ground. In this interesting match, Australia defeated Pakistan and made it to the final of the T20 World Cup. At the same time, many veterans were also seen fighting over the match on Twitter. Two such veterans were Congress veteran Digvijay Singh and former cricketer and BJP MP Gautam Gambhir. The situation became such that Digvijay Singh and Gautam Gambhir were taught ethics in cricket on social media platforms.
The whole matter is related to one over of the match when Mohammad Hafeez of Pakistan came in to bowl. In this over, the ball uncomfortably from Hafeez’s hand reached David Warner after two-three steps. David Warner hit a six on the ball without showing any softness. The umpire later gave the ball a no ball and the next ball was a free hit. Commentator and former cricketer Gautam Gambhir termed David Warner’s shot against the spirit of the game. Gambhir spoke in a tweet tagging Team India spinner R Ashwin. However, Digvijay Singh did not know what was wrong with Gautam’s statement that he reprimanded Gambhir. Actually, David Warner was declared back out by the umpire on his personal score of 49 runs.
Warner did not consider it necessary to take a review and returned to the pavilion. Later during replays it became clear that the ball was not even touching the bat. Referring to this, Digvijay Singh tweeted and asked Gambhir, “Gautam Gambhir ji, you questioned Warner’s ethics to hit the ball that slipped from the bowler’s hand.” What would you say when he left without review? However, Diggi Raja’s tweet seems to be overshadowing him. The reason is that many Twitter users have heard him a lot on this. One user wrote, “Digvijay ji, you stay in politics, don’t give knowledge on cricket.” While another user reminded Ashwin of Mankading in IPL. This user wrote that when Ashwin did Mankading, Australians were talking about morality. And Adarsh so Gambhir tagged Ashwin and kept his word.