A Bangladesh group hacks Kohli’s website and put pictures in India cricket captain Virat Kohli’s official website.
The group that calls itself the Cyber Security and Intelligence (CSI), hacked into Kohli’s official website on Saturday to protest against ‘unfair decision by the umpire in the Asia Cup finals’, Dhaka Tribune reported.
In the final, Centurian Liton Das was stumped by India’s Mahendra Singh Dhoni, but Bangladeshi fans weren’t happy with the decision, saying that it was too close. Das had at the time made 121 of 117 deliveries and had he gone on to carry his bat, could have ensured Bangladesh won comfortably.
The hacker group, however, hacked into Kohli’s website, despite that the Indian captain did not play the tournament. They have placed three pictures on the page, questioning the ICC and the Indian cricket team and even asked if they were ‘playing a gentleman’s game’.
The hacker group shared a post on their Facebook page, which read, “we knew cricket is a gentleman’s game. However, every time Bangladesh faces injustice and to prevent it we are hacking into Virat Kohli’s official site.”