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Match-fixing accusations haunt BPL after West Indies pacer bowls huge no-ball

West Indies pacer Krishmar Santokie found has found himself under scanner after he bowled a big wide and then over-stepped to bowl a massive no-ball in the first match of BPL.
Match-fixing accusations haunt BPL after West Indies pacer bowls huge no-ball

West Indies pacer Krishmar Santokie found has found himself under scanner after he bowled a big wide and then over-stepped to bowl a massive no-ball in the first match of BPL. The extras raised eyebrows across Twitter and cricket fratenity as the deliveries seemed unusal. Meanwhile, Tanjil Chowdhury has revealed that he has requested BCB to investigate the deliveries which has since become the talking point everywhere. Santokie, who was part of Sylhet Thunders, was bowling to Chattogram's batsman Avishka Fernando. 

The incident occurred during the opening over of the match. The deliveries immediately raised doubts as it reminded everyone about the Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif no-ball at Lords which shocked the cricketing world. Sylhet captain Mosaddek Hossain refused to comment on the incident as he claimed to be unaware about the deliveries. Santokie who represented West Indies in a couple of T20s was part of the Mumbai Indians team in 2014.    



 

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