Sunday, March 7, 2010

Bad Umpiring is a matter of headache for Bangladesh: BAN A 202 & ENG 68/3

Roqibul Hasan's unbeaten century helps 'Bangladesh A' reaching 202 against England in the 3 day Practice match at Chittagong. Winning the toss Bangladesh A decided to bat first. But the top order collapsed by the English Bowlers. Bangladeshi wickets fallen in regular interval. But Roqibul Hasan was the only batsman who fought with one side and observed the departure of batsmen in other side of the wicket. He scored unbeaten 106. Coming into bat England lost 3 wickets in 68 runs at the afternoon. Danger man was picked up by part time left arm spinner Mehrab hossain Junior. The first test between Bangladesh and England will be taken place in 12 March. Bangladeshi cricket lovers are worried about the bad umpiring against Bangladesh. Bangladesh is being suffered by the bad umpiring decision for long time. Every time the confusing decision goes against the Bangladeshi players. Sakib Al Hasan was the last victim so far to be misjudged by the Bangladeshi Umpire Enamul Hoque Moni. He was given leg before wicket by a ball which was totally going outside off stump. Sakib Al Hasan was taking Bangladesh through to a position of winning the match. But after his departure, total match control goes to English team. So now it is time for ICC to think about this issue.   



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