Sachin opens talk on U19 Worldcup
Sachin opens talk on U19 Worldcup

Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar who recently received Laureus Award for best Sporting moment breaks his silence on U19 World cup clash. The U19 World cup finals takes place on February 9 2020 between India and Bangladesh. In which Bangladesh made their maiden win in U19 World cup by defeating India.

ICC Code of Conduct

After the victory, the young champs get into a clash in the ground for which five players have been found guilty for breaching ICC Code Of Conduct. Md Towhid Hridoy, Shamim Hossain and Rakibul Hasan from Bangladesh were found guilty of breaching Article 2.21. Two from India respectively Akash Singh and Ravi Bishnoi(leading wicket taker of the tournament) were charged for breaching Article 2.5.

Sachin’s statement

Cricket legend Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar breaks his silence on the clash and said that he is disappointed in the way that the players from both teams reacted. “One can only make an effort to teach individuals, but then a lot depends on the character of an individual,” Sachin was quoted as saying by HindustanTimes.

“In a crunch moment, one should be able to control certain things and not forget that the whole world is looking up to you. They are following certain things,” he added.

“So, I think those are the moments where controlled aggression helps. One needs to be aggressive but being vocal and saying foul things doesn’t mean that you are aggressive,” Tendulkar claimed.

“Aggression should be in your game, the way you bat or bowl-that aggression which helps the team and not goes against it. Everyone is aggressive.”

“If somebody doesn’t say anything or if somebody doesn’t do anything it doesn’t mean that he is not aggressive. We all want to go out and win. There is a method to do that. You can’t cross the line,” he added.

“What happened between those young people I think it was horrible. The cricket boards should take hard steps today so that tomorrow these type of mistakes do not happen,” he added.

Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar on U19 World cup clash

 Kapil Dev’s emotional talk

Previously former Team India World Cup-winning skipper Kapil Dev had said: “Who’s saying cricket is a gentleman’s game? It’s not the gentleman’s game, it was!”.

“What happened between those young people I think it was horrible. The cricket boards should take hard steps today so that tomorrow these type of mistakes do not happen,” he added.

 

 

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