WI rush in
CHITTAGONG – West Indies stormed into the quarter-final of the ICC Under-19 World Cup with a dramatic two-run win over Zimbabwe amid controversy about a disputed run-out at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium yesterday.
The Caribbean’s side victory stunned a crestfallen Zimbabwe and is being overshadowed by what is known as the “Mankad” controversy.
West Indies pacer Keemo Paul broke the stumps and appealed for a run out against non-striker Richard Ngarava at the start of the final over of the innings.
Ngarava, whose bat appeared to be on the line as the bails came off, was given out after the umpires referred the situation to video review.
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