Dubai. England umpire Michael Gough has been dropped by the ICC from the T20 World Cup 2021. Now he will not be seen in the remaining matches of this tournament. In fact, in the past, he had broken the bio bubble of the tournament. After which the ICC took this decision. Last week, Gau had left the hotel without permission and met outsiders. After which he was quarantined for 6 days.
The ICC said that umpire Michael Gough will not be appointed during the remaining matches of the T20 World Cup 2021 after violating the rules of the bio bubble. In the India vs New Zealand match played in Dubai last week, Gow was to play the role of an official, but he was removed after violating the rules and was replaced by Marais Erasmus of South Africa.
Gau’s test was done every single day except in Quarantine
Gau, 41, a former Durham batsman and one of the best umpires in international cricket, was tested every single day during the quarantine. The match between India and New Zealand was played on 31 October. This was the second match of both the teams. In this match, India had to face defeat by 8 wickets.
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With this defeat, Team India has now reached the verge of being out of the tournament. However, Virat Kohli’s team has to keep its hopes alive in the tournament by winning by a margin of 66 runs over Afghanistan. However, he will have to win all his remaining matches in Group 2 to reach the knockouts. Along with this, we also have to pray for the defeat of New Zealand and Afghanistan.