One-Match Bans in DPL Handed By Mosharraf, Mithun. Legends of Rupganj chief Mosharraf Hossain and wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Mithun have been suspended for one match each by virtue of their unfortunate behavior with the umpires amid their Dhaka Premier League match against Kalabagan Krira Chakra in Fatullah on May 30.
The episode being referred to happened when Alauddin Babu, Rupganj’s No. 8, had finished two keeps running before Mashrafe Mortaza’s toss got away for four topples. Nonetheless, the umpires, Asadur Rahman and Rafiqul Islam John, honored Babu just five runs and asked his accomplice at the time, Taijul Islam, to take strike.
Mentor Khaled Mashud, who was seen contending with umpires toward the end of the match, was fined Tk 20,000. So were Mosharraf and Mithun, and a Rupganj group official, Ahmed Rubel. The punishments were given by Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis.
Match ref Samiur Rahman told Bengali day by day Prothom Alo on Thursday that, “I had given Rupganj the four letters of suspension upon the arrival of the match. Be that as it may, they didn’t get them. So yesterday, I educated the umpires’ advisory group, which later requested that the CCDM make important move.”
Mashud, be that as it may, guaranteed, “We were not given any letter about the suspensions or fines toward the end of the amusement. They sent the letter to our office on Thursday evening. We haven’t possessed the capacity to speak with the CCDM today since it is the week by week occasion.
“Toward the end of the amusement, I demonstrated the match arbitrator the footage of the oust after we had questioned the call toward the end of the Rupganj innings. There was additionally a quarrelsome leg-before choice amid our innings.”