Bangladesh Players Vent Anger As They Recount Spine-chilling Sea Voyage In WI: Reports

 Bangladesh Players Vent Anger As They Recount Spine-chilling Sea Voyage In WI: Reports

Bangladeshi players have vented outrage, subsequent to falling wiped out because of a ship ride to Dominica from St Lucia, in front of their T20I series against West Indies.

The Bangladesh cricket crew is being connected with reports guaranteeing that a portion of the players of the group, at present visiting the West Indies, fell wiped out after a ship ride from St Lucia to Dominica. The series began with a 2-0 Test series win for the hosts after they guaranteed triumph in the second Test at the Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia, which finished up on June 27. Both the groups then went to Dominica on an ocean journey, which left a couple of the meeting players debilitated.

As announced by the Bangladeshi day-to-day paper, 'Prothom Alo', Bangladeshi players communicated worries about the ship ride and furthermore about their prosperity. "We are the ones who can fall wiped out and bite the dust here, nothing will happen to them," a player was secretly cited as saying by the Bengali day to day paper.

Simultaneously, another wiped out player said, "I have visited numerous nations, this is whenever I first am encountering something like this. Not a solitary one of us is utilized to this. Disregard playing, what will occur on the off chance that one of us gets genuinely sick on the ship. This is the most horrendously awful visit through my life".

The WI versus BAN, first T20I finished without any outcomes

The home crew won the throw and chose for bowl first as the match was diminished to 14 overs for each side because of downpours. Bangladesh hit 105 runs at the deficiency of eight wickets in 13 overs before the play was halted and got canceled later. Shakib Al Hasan scored the limit of 29 runs in 15 balls for Bangladesh, while Romario Shepherd got back with the best figures of 3/21 of every 4 overs for the West Indies.

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