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Shahid Afridi makes bombshell accusations that the ICC will stop at nothing to ensure that India makes it to the T20 World Cup quarterfinals

Shahid Afridi, a former captain of Pakistan, has levelled a bombshell accusation against the International Cricket Council (ICC), claiming that the organisation is eager to advance India to the semifinal round. Notably, India has won three of its last four games handily, practically securing a spot in the semifinals.
With the exception of their loss to South Africa, India has had a strong performance in the competition, consistently outplaying their rivals. Afridi, a former all-rounder for Pakistan, asserted that the International Cricket Council is leaning in favour of India’s advancement to the semifinals.
You could see how drenched the earth was. However, ICC leans in favour of India. They would stop at nothing to guarantee that India advances to the semifinals. The same umpires who officiated the match between India and Pakistan would receive the best umpire honours, according to Shahid Afridi. The former Pakistani cricketer made the accusation following India’s victory over Bangladesh in a rain-shortened game.
The game restarted right after the break because of how much rain had fallen. It is clear that numerous elements were at play, including the ICC, India participating in (the game), the pressure that comes with it, and many others. However, Litton’s batting was outstanding. He excelled in cricket. After six overs, we believed that Bangladesh would have won the game if they didn’t lose wickets for a further two or three overs. Overall, Bangladesh did a fantastic job in the fight, said Afridi.
Speaking of upcoming games, on November 6 (Sunday), India will play Zimbabwe at Melbourne Cricket Ground, and Pakistan will play Bangladesh at Adelaide Oval.
India’s victory will solidify its place atop Group 2’s points standings, while Pakistan will require South Africa or India to lose in addition to their recent triumph over Bangladesh.

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