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Well Paid India trends on Twitter after Ind vs Afg fixing claims

Well Paid India trends on Twitter after Ind vs Afg fixing claims

After India won their first game of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 thrashing Afghanistan by a wide margin of 66 runs, Ind vs Afg has become the fodder of memes and trolls all over social forums.

Since the game got coiled up witnessing Mohammad Nabi and co with huge and visible blunders, fans smell foul play from the game and claim the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) has well paid Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) to boost their net run rate – a reason for Well Paid India Twitter trend.

Notably, after India were thrashed versus Pakistan and New Zealand in their first two matches of the T20 World Cup 2021, they were dropped to the fifth spot on the points table with a negative NRR. Then, they needed wide-margined victories in the rest of their encounters vs Afghanistan, Namibia, and Scotland.

The team India needed to win by 63 runs to get their NRR positive and they won by 66 runs. A close gap has ignited social media users to suspect foul play in the game.

Not only this, but the lookouts have witnessed purposeful blunders from Nabi and the team.  Also, fans used Virat Kohli’s voice to Nabi, ‘you will bowl first,’ during the toss time, as a prove for match-fixing claims through the statement.

Later, numerous misfields and poor delivered looked on-purpose and pre-decided to the watchers. They say that the Board of BCCI paid ACB to groom their NRR and save Afghanistan’s players’ IPL contracts.

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Ind vs Afg Match was fixed to save IPL contracts: Social media trends

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