Tigers Welcome ‘Champion’ Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan was out of cricket for a year following the ICC ban. As the one-year ban on Shakib ended Wednesday, Bangladesh cricket team members were waiting for the cricketer. Mushfiqur, Taskin, Saifuddin have been excited about his return Thursday (29 October).
The excitement of the cricketers started on Wednesday night. Social media was also flooded with messages about Shakib. Some also shared memories of their emotions about Shakib.
Sharing the joy of getting Shakib back, Mushfiqur Rahim wrote, “We started our careers together as teenages and never had to look back. Last year it came as a big shock to hear we would not be sharing dressing room for a year.”
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In a local language, Imrul Kayes posted a photo with Shakib at the restaurant, writing, “Abar Aiya poro.”
Taskin Ahmed wrote, “Alhamdulillah, Shakib brother has returned. Lytton Das wrote, “Welcome legend. Mosaddek Hossain Beach wrote, “The king has returned. ‘
Posting a photo of Shakib during his first ODI series, Mohammad Saifuddin wrote, “This is my first ODI series, on a tour of South Africa. I grew up watching his game since childhood and I’m a big fan of him like a five-man audience. If there is ever a chance of a Test debut, I would like to take the test cap from him. He came back to his home in a healthy manner. I was waiting for the people to see the field. ‘
Besides, Shakib was also posted by the likes of Kamrul Islam Rabbi, Sabbir Rahman, Nurul Hasan Sohan, Mansur Rahman, Naeem Hasan, Soumya Sarkar, Sumon Khan, and many other cricketers.
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Bangladesh cricket was hit by a big blow on October 29 last year. On October 28, the night of the day suddenly a buzz was raised, and the ban was imposed on cricketer Shakib. The news has been stirred up by cricket all over the country. After a long wait, the evening came to a new dawn. Shakib was banned for two years for concealing his gambling offer.
The Indian gambler, Deepak Agarwal, was behind the leak of Shakib. The ICC banned Shakib from all cricket for two years after three charges. But the sentence is reduced to one year for admitting mistakes.
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