The former captain, who has a history of disciplinary violations, was fined $ 5,900 and banned for three games.
Bangladesh’s all-rounder Shakib al-Hassan has been disqualified for three matches and fined for “aggressive behavior towards a referee” during an internal match.
During Abahani Limited և Mohammedan Sporting Club Դ match between Abahani Limited և Mohammedan Sporting Club in Dhaka on Friday, the referee rejected after the referee rejected, the referee rejected after the referee rejected Shakib who participated in one-day international tournaments.
He later pulled all three trunks and threw them aside after the referee stopped the game due to rain.
The Bangladesh Cricket Council (BCB) has found Muhammad Shakib guilty of two counts of illegal behavior and suspended him for the next three games in the Bangladeshi Dhaka Premier League T20 Cricket League.
Yesterday Shakib Al Hassan completely lost his coolness in the Dhaka Premier League – twice pic.twitter.com/PcfzqugcdE:
– ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) 2021 On June 12
He was fined 500,000 taka ($ 5,900).
“After his aggressive behavior towards the referee, Shakib was found guilty of conduct contrary to the spirit of the game,” the BCB said in a statement on Saturday.
The BCB added that the 34-year-old also insulted the game by using offensive language and reckless behavior with the referees.
Shakib wrote on Facebook that he was “extremely sorry to lose my patience.”
“An experienced player like me should not have reacted like that, but, unfortunately, sometimes it did happen.”