When it comes to addressing issues that occur on the field of play with the match officials, Shakib Al Hasan, a veteran all-rounder from Bangladesh, does not hold back.
Shakib challenged the same umpire again while playing in a Bangladesh Premier League match just a few days after he had a confrontation with the same umpire over a wide-ball ruling that wasn’t delivered.
At the Shere Bangla National Stadium, Shakib, who is leading the Fortune Barishal team in the T20 competition, could be heard yelling as his openers stepped out to bat. Shakib is the captain of the Fortune Barishal side. After a few short moments, Shakib made the decision to discuss the situation with the umpires.
According to reports, the Barishal opener Anamul Haque Bijoy was denied permission to take the strike, which infuriated Shakib.
An impassioned conversation was taking place between the seasoned all-rounder and the match umpire when they walked up to each other. Shakib has a history of getting into arguments with the umpire, as evidenced by the fact that this particular incident was not the first time he has done so.
Shakib has been expressing his dissatisfaction with the way the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) is being managed in public statements. Just recently, he was quoted as saying that if he were put in charge, things wouldn’t take him long to mend even if they were broken.
“If they named me the CEO of BPL, it would take one or two months for me to make all of the necessary corrections. I am assuming that you have seen the movie Nayak. One day is all you need to do anything you set your mind to “In a press conference, Shakib had made the following statement.
The Rangpur Riders were successful in posting a respectable score of 158-7 on the board after 20 overs of play during the match.
Shoaib Malik then went on to achieve a half-century, scoring an undefeated 54 off of 36 balls after Rony Talukdar had opened the batting with a score of 40 off of 28 balls.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz made two crucial catches for the team captained by Shakib. At the Shere Bangla National Stadium, Fortune Barishal’s response was to chase down the total in 19.2 overs, which resulted in the team’s victory by six wickets.