Bangladesh’s technical advisor Sridharan Sriram on Saturday admitted that his team had come under pressure in the match against India and also said that the team’s defeat against the neighboring country in the ongoing T20 World Cup was used as an excuse for “pseudo-fielding”. Don’t want to use the case of ‘. Bangladesh had lost to India by five runs.Bangladesh were given a revised target of 151 runs in 16 overs due to rain.
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Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Nurul Hasan later accused India’s star batsman Virat Kohli of ‘pseudo-fielding’. “No, we don’t want to make excuses here,” Sriram said at a press conference ahead of Bangladesh’s match against Pakistan. As soon as this incident happened, I spoke to the fourth umpire. ,“But I think it was the on-field umpire’s decision and that’s what we were told, but we are not here to give any excuse,” he said.