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Shakib Al Hasan kicks the stumps and fuming on umpire turn down decision against mushfiqur rahim dhaka premier league

Shakib Al Hasan, the world’s number one all-rounder in ODI cricket and Bangladesh’s legendary player, has misbehaved with the umpire on the middle ground during the Dhaka Premier League. In the video going viral on social media, Shakib Al Hasan kicked the stumps in the middle of the match, while in the second video he uprooted the stumps. This irresponsible attitude of Shakib Al Hasan has caused displeasure among cricket fans and they have demanded the ban of Shakib Al Hasan, mentioning the ICC and Bangladesh Cricket Board.

Actually this case is of Dhaka Premier League, where Shakib Al Hasan was bowling to Bangladesh’s wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim on behalf of Mohammedan Sporting Club. Mushfiqur Rahim was found in front of the wickets on one of his balls. He appealed for LBW which was rejected by the umpire. Angered by this decision of the umpire, he kicked the stumps of the bowling end and then started abusing the umpire. Shakib Al Hasan’s teammates also reached there and tried to pacify the matter.

After this, in the second video that went viral, Shakib Al Hasan crossed the limits. In the sixth over of the match, he again got angry at the ongoing argument with the umpire. Shakib Al Hasan turned to the umpire and this time he uprooted the stumps with his hands and slammed the pitch. This attitude of Shakib Al Hasan is not being liked in the cricket world. This video of Shakib Al Hasan is becoming increasingly viral on social media and the audience is also seeing displeasure. Bangladesh international players are known for this kind of attitude in domestic cricket. Recently, wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim also rained on a junior player on the middle ground.

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