New Delhi: On Wednesday, Bangladesh cricket club saw an extraordinary type of protest by a player who got annoyed by the field umpire decision and flooded runs on the field with wides and no-balls deliberately against poor umpiring in the Dhaka Second Division Cricket League.
Lalmatia Club's Sujon Mahmud conceded 92 runs in four legal deliveries bowling 15 no-balls and 13 wides that also raced to the boundary.Mahmud's four legal deliveries went for 12 runs and opponent team Axiom won by 10 wickets.
Lalmatia Club's was asked to bat first and their team was dismissed for mere 88 runs and the entire team was annoyed with umpiring decisions that went against them in the match.
All started after the toss when Lalmatia general secretary Adnan Rahman Dipon gave a statement to Dhaka Tribune.
Our team captain was not even allowed to see the coin and we were as asked to bat first later on umpires decision went against us, Dipon said.
The entire league was plagued with umpiring controversy and even earlier, Fear Fighters Sporting Club's Tasnim Hasan did a similar type of protest on Monday and conceding 69 runs in seven legitimate deliveries to protest against bad umpiring.