Sports Desk, Arfin Shobuz, Staff Reporter, Dhaka Office: Alltimenews.com:- Broken glass episode ‘unacceptable’: Papon, Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hasan has expressed regret at the series of incidents that led to a broken glass door inside the ‘away’ dressing room at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.
Bangladesh’s annoying -wicket win over Sri Lanka in Friday’s digital semifinal of the Nidahas Trophy become an uneasy come across full of heated drama, both on and stale the sector, culminating in a temporary stoppage of play in the very last over.
The problem of the damaged glass then brought to the sour aftertaste of the healthy, which, from a cricketing point of view, had furnished gripping movement for nearly forty overs.
SLC have officially lodged a complaint to BCB regarding the broken glass incident, one Hasan termed was an unacceptable act from the participants of his crew, Cricbuzz reports.
“Sri Lanka Cricket have contacted our board regarding the matter [broken glass door within the dressing room. Our CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury had knowledgeable me approximately it through phone,” Nazmul informed journalists on the group hotel on Saturday.
“When I went there was broken glass lying in the dressing room. But the state of affairs changed into such that we could not find out in element why and who have done that. We will try to locate it out,” he stated.
“Probably it’s far carried out by all of us from our team. Considering our current standings in the international cricket it’s far in reality now not ideal,” he stated.
Nazmul also delivered that he doesn’t think that BCB’s courting with SLC will now not be adversely laid low with this incident. The two cricket sides have played each other frequently over the last one and a half years with board officers developing strong family members in the manner.
“I don’t think such an incident can make any impact as a ways as our relationship with SLC is involved due to the fact it’s miles very robust. The SLC president and all and sundry congratulated us after the win,”
Sports Desk, Alltimenews.com