South Africa was ‘abusing’ Bangladeshi cricketers

After being all out for 53 runs, the loss came by a big margin of 220 runs. After such a shameful rate, Bangladesh captain Muminul Haque came to the press conference and made a serious allegation. He alleges that South African cricketers have abused them.

He said, ‘Sledging happens. But if it goes to the level of abuse, then it is very bad. I thought they were abusing us, very badly. The umpire did not notice them in that way.

Asked if it was possible to say what kind of abuse had taken place, Muminul said, “No, these things cannot be shared. The umpires may not have noticed this. And the match referee was not told that way.

Several decisions have been made in the Durban Test against Bangladesh. Shakib Al Hasan also expressed his anger through social media. Muminul Haque was also asked at the press conference. The Test captain said the ICC should return to neutral umpires.

“We don’t have what the umpires said,” he said. Now the ICC should be given a neutral umpire. Earlier there were no facilities due to Kovid but now that situation is not like that. Otherwise, it has happened in many series and it is in this series that the umpires decide for their country.

Asked if he was under any pressure due to the abuse, Muminul said, “No, the pressure is not for the abuse. I was the first to say that those who overcome the pressure in the Test series will win. So from then on we have overcome the pressure well for four days. But in the end I couldn’t hold it. ‘

Muminul has taken more responsibility on himself, ‘Of course, I have more responsibility than the experts because I am the captain. I couldn’t take responsibility, in the first and second innings. As captain, I could have given a better lead in both innings. Then the result of our match could have been different. ‘

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