Shakib Al Hasan

Veteran Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan doesn’t hold back with regards to taking up on-field matters with the match authorities. Only days subsequent to charging at an umpire over a wide-ball call that wasn’t given, Shakib stood up to the umpire again during a Bangladesh Chief Association match. Shakib, who is driving the Fortune Barishal side in the T20 association, was seen yelling as his openers left to bat at the Shere Bangla Public Arena. Just minutes after the fact, Shakib chose to take up the matter with the umpires.

Barishal opener Anamul Haque Bijoy was apparently not permitted to take the strike, enraging Shakib. The veteran all-rounder approached the match umpire and was associated with a vivified conversation. It was not whenever that Shakib first went lumberjack heads with the umpire, having done as such on various events previously.

Shakib had been freely talking about his dismay at how the Bangladesh Head Association (BPL) is being run. As of late, he had even said that it wouldn’t take him long to fix things, assuming that he was made in control. You have seen the film Nayak right? If you have any desire to follow through with something, you can do it in one day,” Shakib had said in a question and answer session.

With respect to the match, the Rangpur Riders figured out how to post a nice complete of 158-7 on the board in 20 overs. Opener Rony Talukdar scored 40 off 28 balls while Shoaib Malik proceeded to score 50 years, scoring an unbeaten 54 off 36 balls.

Mehidy Hasan Miraz sacked two wickets for the Shakib’s men. In answer, Fortune Barishal updated the complete in 19.2 overs, getting a success by 6 wickets at the Shere Bangla Public Arena.