Shakib Al Hasan appears to be in trouble. In a T20 match, Shakib misbehaved with the referee twice and even kicked the stumps. Now Shakib may have to pay a heavy price for his mistake.
Shakib Al Hasan, one of the best cricketers in the world, seems to be caught in a new controversy. A video of Shakib Al Hasan goes viral on social media. In this video, Shakib Al Hasan is seen kicking the three stumps angry at the referee’s decision. Shakib Al Hasan, however, apologized for his bad behavior with the referee after the match.
Shakib Al Hasan’s video is from the Dhaka Premier League. However, Shakib’s anger didn’t affect his game in a bad way. Shakib Al Hasan’s team Mohammedan Sporting defeated Abahani Limited in the Dhaka Premier League by the Duckworth Lewis method. Shakib called it a human error after the game.
The 34-year-old Bangladeshi captain may have apologized, but he may have to pay a heavy price for it. Under the laws of cricket, kicking stumps is a level 3 offense and this behavior can result in a match suspension.
apologized to the fans
Shakib said: “I apologize to all the fans who were hurt by my behavior in today’s game. This is not at all true with an experienced cricketer like me, but it does happen. sometimes in the tense atmosphere of the match. I apologize to all the teams, all the officials involved in the tournament and the organizing committee for such a mistake. I hope I will not do this kind of work to the future.
Shakib lost his temper and hit the stumps after a front leg appeal against Mushfiqur Rahim was denied during a game played at Sher-e-Bengal Stadium. He did such an act once again during the game. During Abahani’s innings, after the fifth ball in the sixth, when the two referees on the field declared the match to be suspended due to the rain, Shakib angrily uprooted the stumps on the other end.
Shakib is considered one of the best cricketers in Bangladesh who has scored over 10,000 points internationally and also won around 600 wickets. Shakib had already been suspended for two years in the match-fixing case.