Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Finch spotted vaping during IPL match between RCB & RR

Must Read

Son kills mother over 1 lakh rupees

Hyderabad: An 80-year-old woman was  allegedly killed by her son after the former refused to give him ₹1 lakh. The...

Driven by Nord, OnePlus India ships 10 lakh smartphones in Q3

New Delhi, Oct 28 : OnePlus crossed 10 lakh smartphone shipments in a single quarter for the first time...

Hyd attracts Rs.700 crore pharma investments; KTR promises govt support

Hyderabad: Hyderabad on Tuesday attracted a whopping 700-crore in investments from pharmaceutical companies Granules India and Laurus Labs for the...

Dubai, Oct 18 : Australia batsman Aaron Finch was spotted vaping during the 33rd IPL 2020 match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals which the Virat Kohli-led side won in a thrilling manner by seven wickets at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

During the final over of the match on Saturday when RCB required 10 runs off the final six balls during their chase of 178, cameras panned towards the RCB dressing room to capture the tension on the players’ faces. It was then that Finch was spotted vaping as he exhaled smoke using probably an e-cigarette.

The video of the incident went viral on social media and drew contrasting reactions from the fans. Some of the social media users even queried posting about IPL rules and regulations in the dressing rooms.

“IPL is it legal to #vape inside the dressing rooms? What say Aaron Finch? Royal Challengers Bangalore, do you have anything to say? Virat Kohli was just standing ahead of Finch, I am sure he can vouch for what I saw!” tweeted one of the users.

Meanwhile, RCB were able to register a thrilling win, thanks to the brilliance of their star batsman AB de Villiers. The former Proteas skipper played an unbeaten knock of 55 as the Bengaluru-based side chased down the target with two balls to spare. His 22-ball knock was studded with 6 sixes and a four and helped RCB register their sixth win of the tournament.

Disclaimer: This story is auto-generated from IANS service.

Subscribe us on The Siasat Daily - Google NewsThe Siasat Daily - Google News

Latest News

Son kills mother over 1 lakh rupees

Hyderabad: An 80-year-old woman was  allegedly killed by her son after the former refused to...

Driven by Nord, OnePlus India ships 10 lakh smartphones in Q3

New Delhi, Oct 28 : OnePlus crossed 10 lakh smartphone shipments in a single quarter for the first time ever, in the third quarter...

Hyd attracts Rs.700 crore pharma investments; KTR promises govt support

Hyderabad: Hyderabad on Tuesday attracted a whopping 700-crore in investments from pharmaceutical companies Granules India and Laurus Labs for the pharma city in Genome Valley....

NIMS nurses to continue strike until November 7

Hyderabad: Nurses working in NIMS, Panjagutta staged a demonstration for half an hour on Tuesday morning for the realisation of their demands. These short...

50 days after floods water partially out of Osman Nagar

Hyderabad: After nearly 50 days, water from the Osman Nagar area slowly began draining, as civic officials on Wednesday broke open sluice gates to drain...

More Articles Like This