“Never celebrate too early”, Twitter reacts to Bangladesh wicketkeeper Nurul Hasan’s error behind the stumps against Zimbabwe

The ongoing T20 World Cup is proving gems day by day. On Sunday, it was yet another thriller of an encounter with a lot of drama for the fans. In the end of the game between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, it was a wicketkeeping error that added drama to the game and stress for the Bangladesh fans. On that note, here, we take a look at how Twitter reacted to Bangladesh wicketkeeper Nurul Hasan‘s error behind the stumps against Zimbabwe.

Another close encounter in the T20 World Cup 2022

Chasing 150, Zimbabwe had a real chance to win the match. The African nation had to win against Bangladesh and the Netherlands to ensure that they had the best chance to reach the semi-finals of the T20 WC. Hence, they were actually under pressure to get a positive result out of the game. It did not start well as they lost some quick wickets. Some key cricketers such as Craig Ervine and Sikandar Raza also lost their wickets soon. Hence, they were jolted back early.

However, thanks to a stunning show by Sean Williams, Zimbabwe managed to fight back. It was a similar effort that helped them cross the line against Pakistan. Hence, many expected them to win the encounter. However, it did not happen. Zimbabwe went very close to winning the match but eventually lost it by just three runs. With this result, a qualification to the semi-finals now looks unlikely for the team.

Bangladesh wicketkeeper Nurul Hasan sets Twitter ablaze

In the final ball of the game, Zimbabwe needed a six to win the match. However, the batter was stumped out and all the players left the field. Bangladesh also celebrated the game in their trademark way. That said, in a few moments, there was drama in the game. It was seen that in the stumping, Nurul Hasan collected the ball in front of the stumps. Hence, it was given as a no-ball. The batter came to the crease again but he could not connect the ball despite it being a free-hit. Eventually, it was Bangladesh that emerged as the winner. Here is how Twitter reacted to Nurul’s error on Sunday:

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