“They cut last two frames to save him” Saeed Ajmal attacked ICC for bias in the 2011 world cup semi final.

ICC World Cup 2011 would be remembered forever by the India cricket fans as the team lift their second ICC World Cup title in that year after beating Sri Lanka in the final, the victory over Pakistan in the semi-final was one of the most crucial one for India to make into the finals and legendary batter Sachin Tendulkar played a vital innings of 85 runs off 115 balls in the match to put a fighting total of 260 runs on the board, Pakistan chasing 261 runs all out for 231 runs and India won the match by 29 runs but even after nearly 12 years since the world cup Pakistan’s spin bowler Saeed Ajmal is not happy with the third umpire decision and said that Sachin Tendulkar was out LBW when he caught him in front and two frames of the replay were cut to made the ball look missing leg which was a cheating to him.

Sachin Tendulkar in the 11th over of the match was given out by the on-field umpire after Saeed Ajmal appealed for LBW but the decision was overturned by the third umpire after Sachin Tendulkar took the DRS but according to Saeed Ajmal the DRS decision was manipulated to advantage Sachin as they cut last two frames to made it look like missing leg stump. On the podcast show he said.

“I played in the 2011 world cup in India if you could remember the controversial call of Sachin Tendulkar’s wicket. They cut last two frames to make the ball miss the stumps otherwise Sachin was clearly out”

Saeed Ajmal on Nadir Ali podcast

The podcast was not about hate as the bowler also praised Sachin Tendulkar for being such a great player and said.

Sachin is a legend he scored more than 20,000 runs and it is a big thing to take his wicket. When I played with him, I realised what it meant to play against Sachin, he was my team’s captain.

Saeed Ajmal added

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