Industrialist Ratan Tata has refuted any claims that he announced anything, offered anything in return, or made recommendations to any player or the International Cricket Council.
“I haven’t recommended any cricket members for a fine or reward to any players to the ICC or any cricket faculty. I have absolutely nothing to do with cricket. Ratan Tata said on X, “Please do not believe WhatsApp forwards and movies of this kind unless they originate from my official outlets.
After Afghanistan’s victory against Pakistan, there were videos and WhatsApp forwards making the false allegation that Ratan Tata had given batsman Rashid Khan a Rs 10 crore incentive. The well-known businessman has refuted these accusations.
Afghanistan triumphed against Pakistan in the 50-over format for the first time ever on Monday, marking their second unexpected success in the World Cup.
Afghanistan won a thrilling eight-wicket match on a slow Chennai pitch, stunning their neighbors with an outstanding all-around effort in the field.
Rahmanullah Gurbaz (65), Ibrahim Zadran (87), and Rahmat Shah (77)* at No. 3 were the opening pair that excelled at the bat to help Afghanistan win a historic victory.
Afghanistan has now defeated two of cricket’s biggest rivals, Pakistan (the past world champions) and England (the current champions). Afghanistan’s victory moved them up to sixth place in the standings. Pakistan, meanwhile, maintained their fifth-place finish with four points and a net run rate of -0.400.
Next up for the flying Afghans is a match against Sri Lanka on October 30 at Pune’s Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, which has a high scoring capacity.