Two Bangladesh batsmen vomit while batting in Delhi – CricTracker


The AQI index in Delhi has been fairly excessive in the previous couple of days.

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Revealed – Nov 4, 2019 10:23 pm
Up to date – Nov 4, 2019 10:28 pm


Bangladesh staff. (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

The air pollution ranges in India’s capital New Delhi and the NCR have been extraordinarily excessive in the previous couple of days. Proper after Diwali, the Air High quality Index (AQI) within the nationwide capital has deteriorated at an alarming price. As a result of crop-stubble burning and the smoke from the crackers, smog has fully engulfed the town. The Bangladesh gamers additionally felt the worst results of this air pollution within the 1st T20I.

As reported by ESPN Cricinfo, Soumya Sarkar and yet another participant vomited throughout the first recreation of the three-match sequence. Whereas there have been just a few talks about rescheduling the sport, it wasn’t potential as there wasn’t sufficient time for a similar. The Bangladesh Cricket Board’s chief Nazmul Hasan additionally earlier expressed disappointment in regards to the BCCI not shifting the venue for this recreation.

Mushfiqur Rahim wasn’t a lot bothered by the air air pollution

Whereas there have been complaints about air air pollution, Bangladesh’s veteran wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim didn’t appear to be bothered a lot. Talking after the sport, he stated he was extra within the bowler he was dealing with. He added that they’ve come to play their greatest bilateral sequence in India. Thus, he famous that this stuff don’t matter a lot.

“Personally, this air air pollution is nothing for me,” the wicket-keeper batsman stated after the match. “I used to be way more by which bowler I used to be dealing with. Taking part in in opposition to India in entrance of a giant crowd isn’t one thing Bangladesh staff will get daily. I believe now we have come to play our greatest bilateral sequence, so this stuff don’t matter.”

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BCCI’s new president, Sourav Ganguly, additionally spoke in regards to the matter earlier than the sport. He assured that the scheduling for the long run video games might be achieved in a extra sensible method. Ganguly appears to have understood the issue about scheduling video games in north of India throughout the winters and post-Diwali.

“In future, once we schedule, particularly within the northern a part of India throughout the winter, we must be a little bit bit extra sensible,” Ganguly had stated. “I do know post-Diwali it’s a bit powerful within the north. I hope every thing goes high quality.”

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