Monday, March 26, 2012

Cheap Bengalis lost appeal in Asian Cricket Council

The Asian Cricket Council has rejected a plea filed by "Cheap" Bangladesh Cricket Board to Review a Delivery bowled in the Last Over of the Asia Cup Final against Pakistan at Mirpur.

The Asian Cricket Council Chief Executive Ashraful Haq said that Bangladesh was "Too Late" in filing the appeal as they should have filed their complaint to the Field Umpire or the Match Referee during the Match.

Ashraf said that the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) cannot accept Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)’s application anymore.

Earlier Cheap Bengalis appealed to the ACC to review a Delivery bowled the Last Over of the Match, accusing Pakistani Pacer Aizaz Cheema of deliberately blocking batsman Mahmudullah Riyadh from taking a Second Run.

The BCB Chairman had said that Bangladesh would demand Five Penalty Runs which if granted could force the ACC to Reverse the Result of the Match in which Pakistan won against Bangladesh by a couple of runs.

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