We would have won if the umpires did not give wrong decisions: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina
After some immature activities from the Bangladeshi fans, ICC President Mustafa Kamal, now its time for their PRime Minister to cry foul over India’s victory over the tigers. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina believes that Bangladesh would have defeated India and made it to the semi-finals of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup if not some errors from the umpires, reported a Bangladeshi news website bdnews24.com. Hasina called the entire Bangladeshi team who were at a reception in Melbourne and told them that they will be champions one day.
We would have won if the umpires did not give wrong decisions. Bangladesh will win in the future. Bangladesh will become world champions someday. There’s nothing to be upset. Everyone has seen how we were made to lose. We will win in the future.
Hasina’s claims came after ICC President Mustafa Kamal blamed the umpires for India’s loss.
It could be deliberate. Though I can’t say it absolutely but it looks like that. I know in cricket, human errors are quite possible, but how can a dozen decisions go against Bangladesh? It was very, very poor umpiring. I was there in the ground and I saw whatever happened. What happened was just not on, so many mistakes cannot take place in a single match. It naturally created a furore among the fans.
Rohit Sharma was caught by Imrul Kayes at deep midwicket off a Rubel Hossain full toss but square leg umpire Aleem Dar signalled a no-ball for being over waist high, which was a 50-50 call.
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