Bangladesh star Shakib Al Hasan courts controversy with boorish on-field behaviour, apologises later | Cricket News

DHAKA: Star Bangladesh cricketer Shakib Al Hasan had a stunning on-field meltdown throughout a home T20 match right here on Friday, kicking stumps and arguing with umpires in a show of appalling behaviour for which he later apologised calling it “human error”.
Shakib’s anger received the higher of him throughout his workforce Mohammedan Sporting’s sport towards Abahani Limited. The Dhaka Premier league encounter was ultimately gained by his workforce by way of the Duckworth-Lewis technique.
Shakib’s apology however, kicking the stumps is nearly as good as a Level 3 offence and will result in one-match suspension for the previous Bangladesh skipper.

“I’m extraordinarily sorry for dropping my mood and ruining the match for everybody and particularly those that are watching from house. An skilled participant like me shouldn’t have reacted that manner however generally towards all odds it occurs sadly,” Shakib tendered an official apology in his Facebook web page.

“I apologise to the groups, administration, match officers and organizing committee for this human error. Hopefully, I will not be repeating this once more sooner or later. Thanks and love you all,” he additional wrote.
During the match held on the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium, a Mushfiqur Rahim leg earlier than attraction being turned down by the umpire led to the livid captain kicking the stumps.
On the second event, he ran from his mid-off place to uproot all of the stumps on the non-striker’s finish when the 2 match officers referred to as for a rain break with one ball left within the sixth over of the Abahani innings.
The footage of the incident since then has gone viral and it’s believed that he was indignant as a result of yet one more supply would have ensured that minimal six overs are accomplished for a match to yield a end result.
The match did begin ultimately and his workforce gained simply.
He was additionally caught on digital camera stepping into an unsightly altercation with former Bangladesh worldwide and present BCB director Khaled Mahmood Sujon.
The 34-year-old Shakib has scored over 10,000 worldwide runs and picked almost 600 wickets throughout codecs and regarded one of many most interesting spin bowling all-rounders in up to date cricket.
Shakib had earlier hit the headlines for improper causes in 2019 when he was slapped with a two-year ban, one 12 months suspended, for not reporting a corrupt strategy.


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