Bangladesh local manager under BCCI ACU scanner for breaking the protocol
Tapan Chaki, the local manager of the visitors has come under the scanner after he broke the protocol.
Updated - Nov 25, 2019 12:16 pm
Bangladesh Cricket has been going through tumultuous times in the past 2-3 months- both on and off the field. From enduring a shock defeat at home in the one-off Test at the hands of newbie Afghanistan to players staging protests against the Bangladesh Cricket Board to their superstar cricketer Shakib Al Hasan coping a backdated two month suspension after he failed to report the spot-fixing advances on three separate occasions and now enduring a walloping at the hands of the Men in Blue in the recently concluded Test series.
And, now adding to the long list, Bangladesh’s local manager has come under the scanner of the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s Anti-Corruption and security unit (ACSU). Tapan Chaki, the local manager of the visitors has come under the scanner after he broke the protocol and used a mobile phone inside the dressing room of the visiting side despite being told not to do so, and according to a BCCI official Chaki will now be called for a hearing.
“The protocol is that the ACU officer on duty will report the matter and Chaki will be called for a hearing. If evidence is found against him, then the rest follows,” a BCCI official confirmed the same as quoted by Times Now.
Bangladesh was steamrolled by India in the recently concluded Test series
Meanwhile, Bangladesh was rolled over by an innings and 46 runs in a mere two days and 47 minutes of the historic Pink Ball Day-Night Test at the Eden Gardens. It was on expected lines as the inexperienced batting line-up did not have many clues against the hostility, pace, craft, and venom of the Indian fast bowling unit.
All of nineteen wickets were taken by pace- the first instance of it happening in a home Test in India. Ishant Sharma claimed nine wickets for the match that included a first-innings five-wicket haul while Umesh Yadav backed it up with a five-for of his own in Bangladesh’s second essay.
This was Team India’s seventh successive Test win this year- a streak which really should have been nine, had the Sydney Test against Australia earlier this year, not gotten affected due to inclement weather.