"Whole India Is Behind You": Stump-Mic Catches Scotland Wicketkeeper's Cheeky Remark To Bowler Chris Greaves
T20 World Cup, NZ vs SCO: Scotland wicketkeeper Matthew Cross' remark came during his side's defeat to New Zealand on Wednesday.
- The incident occurred during New Zealand's win against Scotland
- Scotland wicketkeeper Matthew Cross was heard passing the remark
- The remark was meant for his teammate Chris Greaves
Scotland wicketkeeper Matthew Cross was caught on the stump-mic, reminding his fellow teammate and bowler Chris Greaves that entire India is backing him during the match against New Zealand in the ongoing ICC Men's T20 World Cup at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Wednesday. Cross' statement came in connection with team India's chances to qualify into the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2021 if Scotland would have won against New Zealand. India lost both of its opening matches and have left with almost zero chances to qualify into the semis. Technically, India's future lies in the hands of the opposite teams.
During the 7th over of the match, the Scotland wicket-keeper was caught on the stump-mic, saying, "Come on Greavo, whole India is behind you," to bowler Chris Greaves.
Scotland needed to defeat New Zealand, in order to strengthen India's chances to qualify but unfortunately, they fell short of 16 runs and lost the match.
Meanwhile, India registered their first win of the campaign on Wednesday, defeating Afghanistan by 66 runs.