BCB tried best for DRS, nothing to say on it: Shakib
CRICDOT DESK : Former Bangladesh skipper has opened up about the recent controversy over the availability of needed technology. The Decision Review System (DRS) is used to enable field umpires to make perfectly accurate decisions. But the country’s popular franchise tournament Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) does not have a decision review system this time.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is trying its best to keep the DRS system in this T20 competition.
In this regard, the captain of Fortune Barisal Shakib Al Hasan said that the technology that is being used has not come in international cricket for a long time. It would have been better if it had. Not being there is a little frustrating.
The former national team captain added, “I think the BCB has tried its best from their place.” If you have seen the interview of BCB CEO (CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury Sujan), they have tried to bring DRST to ICC. Since it was not possible, there is nothing more to talk about.
The Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), the most prestigious venue of domestic cricket, is full of controversy and incoherence. Impressions are gained in a fluid, global, diffused way. BPL is seen in every event. Corona is playing one of the most exciting tournaments in domestic cricket after a season. This will be the eighth edition of BPL. Even after passing 6 events, he did not seem to find a solid foundation in BPL. Every time BPL starts with applause, regret and dissatisfaction.
In addition to playing world class in IPL, cricketers get world class practice facilities. Each team has its own home ground, its own gym system. But the six teams of BPL practiced on the same field, crowded. Here are the practice sessions of the franchisees. As soon as BPL arrived, the academy ground in Mirpur became busy. Some twenty minutes, some thirty minutes – that’s how the preparation goes.