Video: When Bangladesh insulted MS Dhoni’s team India
A Bangladeshi daily paper on Monday (June 29) offended the Indian players by running a notice which demonstrated MS Dhoni and others’ heads half shaved after their 1-2 misfortune to the home group in the ODI arrangement as of late. Bangla daily paper “Prothom Alo”, in its Monday version (Weekly funniness magazine – “Rosh Alo”), distributed this offensive ad which has left Indian fans raging at Bangladeshis. (Dhoni pushes Mustafizur)
In 2015 when India toured Bangladesh lost by a 2-1 margin for the first time in the history of cricket. Indian players failed to play young medium pacer, Mustafizur Rahman. The 19-year-old Mustafizur registered a world record 13 wickets in 3 matches.
The leading vernacular daily in their supplementary “Rosh Alo” draw a graphics were Mustafizur Rahman’s cutters shaved half of Indian players heads. Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, captain Dhoni, Shikhar Dhawan, and R Ashwin are seen holding a pennant which understands “we have utilized it. You can utilize it as well.”
The graphics have a caption, “Tiger Stationery, Made in Bangladesh, Murtafiz Cutter is accessible in Stadium Market, Mirpur, Dhaka.
“The cutter reference originates from Mustafizur’s off-cutters which left Indian batsmen swindled amid the arrangement. The same picture was shared on the daily paper’s Facebook page and there were more than 4,000 preferences till early today (June 30). The same picture was shared more than 350 times and more than 250 individuals remarked in Bengali. Previous India quick bowler Atul Wassan pummeled the daily paper for this disgraceful demonstration furthermore said it is “humiliating” for even the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and its players. “It is humiliating for both players and Bangladesh Cricket Board. Losing is a piece of the diversion. No one ought to be permitted to affront players like this,” Wassn told “Times Now” English news channel.
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