The ugly clash between the Indian cricket team and Bangladesh’s cricket team after the ICC U19 World Cup 2020 final has left everyone talking about it. It was a rare sight for the cricket fans to see cricketers indulging in such ugly clashes. It was disappointing to see young cricketers, who are going to be the future stars indulging in an ugly clash especially during one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world.
As per a report by PTI, as soon as the final of ICC U19 WORLD CUP 2020 ended, young Bangladeshi cricketers came rushing to the ground and most of them displayed aggressive gestures towards the Indian cricketers. Following which, one Indian cricketer also pushed a Bangladeshi player to confront, as he had earlier said uncharitable things to him.
Following the ugly clash two Indian players – Akash Singh and Ravi Bishnoi, and three Bangladeshi players – Md Towhid Hridoy, Shamim Hossain and Rakibul Hasan, were suspended by ICC for breaking their code of conduct.
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The ugly clash has become the talk of the Town with top cricketers and analysts giving their bits on this. Recently, the ‘master-blaster’ Sachin Tendulkar also talked about the ugly clash.
In an interview, Sachin Tendulkar spoke about the shoving and pushing on the field and said that in such crunch situations players should be able to control their emotions. Sachin Tendulkar said that aggression is good but it should be in your game and not vocal or physical. He said:
“One can only make an effort to teach individuals, but then a lot depends on the character of an individual. 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,”
“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. Aggression should be in your game, the way you bat or bowl-that aggression which helps the team and not goes against it,”