Shakib Al Hasan banned for 4 games of Dhaka Premier League: Reports | Cricket News

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DHAKA: Star Bangladesh cricketer Shakib Al Hasan has been let off evenly with a four-match suspension from Dhaka T20 Premier League, following his on-field meltdown throughout a match between Mohammedan Sporting and Abahani Restricted.
Based on main Bangladesh cricket portal ‘BDCrictime’, “Mohammedan Sporting Club captain Shakib Al Hasan has been banned for 4 matches because of his conceited behaviour within the Dhaka Premier League. He won’t be able to play the eighth, ninth, tenth and eleventh spherical matches of the DPL.”
Whereas his crew Mohammedan received the match simply by DLS technique, Shakib misplaced his cool twice throughout the recreation — as soon as when he kicked the stumps after a powerful leg-before attraction in opposition to his Bangladesh teammate Mushfiqur Rahim and secondly when umpires referred to as for covers with one ball left to finish a minimal of six overs of the Abahani innings which might be required for a end result. This time, he rushed from mid-off and uprooted the stumps.

The match did begin and Shakib’s crew received simply however he additionally misbehaved with rival crew officers and former Bangladesh captain Khaled Mahmud Sujon.
Later Shakib tendered an unconditional apology on his official fb web page, however his act of attempting to break match property is pretty much as good as Degree III offence.
The portal additionally reported that the choice was taken by Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis (CCDM) chaired by Kazi Imam.
Shakib’s boorish behaviour went viral as video footage of him uprooting the stumps has since then been shared greater than million occasions from varied social media handles.
Shakib is Bangladesh’s most prolific worldwide cricketer with greater than 10,000 worldwide runs throughout codecs together with almost 600 wickets.
He has already been banned for one 12 months after failing to report a corrupt method throughout an earlier version of Indian Premier League.

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