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Something that happened before the match in the first match ... the smoke sheet spread across the field

The Indian bowlers played the first day of the first Test between India and Bangladesh. India's bowlers lost Bangladesh's first innings by just 150 runs. After that, the Indian batsmen have a strong 86-ball position at the end of the day, as they have batted hard. So now the Indian team is dreaming of taking a big lead the next day. India are currently 64 runs behind. Starting today, the Twenty20 series between Afghanistan and the West Indies begins. The match is underway in Lucknow. But, the match was delayed for some reason. Smoke spread over the field before the toss ...






West Indies have undeniably dominated the ODI series. Windows won all three ODIs. Therefore, it is expected that the Twenty20 team will be eliminated. Before the match started, the groundsmen sprayed pesticides so smoke was spread all over the ground and the match was delayed.

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SMOG effect! 👻 The toss has been delayed until 9:30 a.m. AST. & match start at 9:45 a.m. #AFGvWI

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Gautam Bhimani

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Not smog! Not low clouds! Just insect repellant! Game starts soon #AFGvWI #Lucknow

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The Undertaker making an appearance ... # AFGvWI #WWE #WWEBackstage

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Pollard's advance forced the umpire to overturn the No Ball decision
West Indies Cricket Board took over from Jason Holder to take over the lead despite the World Cup and the series' failure against India. He entrusted the leadership of the team to Kieron Pollard. The West Indies, led by Pollard, have just won a one-day series against Afghanistan. The West Indies won their first one-day series after 2014. The Windies pocketed the three-match series 3-0 easily.
But one of the events in this match was that Pollard was on the netizens' radar. In the series played at Lucknow, Pollard finally forced the umpire to change his decision. Batting first, Afghanistan was reduced to 97 for four in 24 overs. Captain Pollard then came in to bowl.

The 32-year-old Pollard was the first to score a ball. But he did not throw the ball at the umpire's decision alone. So the umpires had to change their decision and a dead ball was announced. Pollard saved a team-free hit in the inning. Pollard gave up 20 runs in 5 overs without a single wicket. Roston Chase took the most 3 wickets for 44 runs. Alzari Joseph took 2 for 59. Afghanistan lost 249 runs and lost 249 runs. Hazratullah Zazai, Asghar Afghan and Mohammad Nabi shared a half-century partnership. In reply, Shea Hopan scored an unbeaten 109 off 145 balls to bring the team to victory.

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