BBC sports : Minister SL CK Laskan instructions regarding the visit to Bangladesh.
BBC sports : The matter has come to the notice of Sri Lankan Youth and Sports Minister Namal Rajapaksa due to the BBC’s harsh response to Sri Lankan cricket terms. He told the Loskan board that he would consider the matter when talking to COVID Transform.
BBC and SLC board’s discussion
A contingent of 65 cricketers and support staff from the Bangladesh national team and high-performance teams will leave Bangladesh for Sri Lanka this month. And once there, Corona will be allowed to practice the game from the third day, subject to the test report being negative. It is learned that there was such a discussion between BBC and SLC.
But the Sri Lankan health department later told the BBC in a letter from the SLC that the Bangladesh team would have to go to Sri Lanka and stay in quarantine for 14 days. And then there can be no more than 30 people in the team. That means a fleet of 65 people cannot go to Sri Lanka. Only a fleet of 30 people can go. Many more conditions are given along with them.
It was in this context that the BBC held a discussion and assembly on Monday afternoon. After the discussion, Board President Nazmul Hasan said Bangladesh will not visit Sri Lanka on all these conditions.
The series of the ICC Test Championship is in uncertainty. Later that afternoon, Sri Lankan action minister Namal Rajapaksa told Bangladesh via Twitter that he had asked him to reconsider his visit to Bangladesh.
Currently, the COVID-19 epidemic is still rampant around the world. In such a situation, the preventive work is getting more priority. In the interests of cricket in the region, the SLC has been asked to reconsider the matter in consultation with the COVID Task Force.
The Bangladesh team is scheduled to tour Sri Lanka at the end of September. The first Test is scheduled to start at the end of October after a month of preparation there. But at present Bangladesh Kriya Board BBC disagrees.
The history of Bangladesh cricket has been progressively richer with time. In October 1999, Bangladesh cricket team participated in the first class cricket team for the first time. But later Bangladesh cricket has a long history due to its political influence in the Indian subcontinent. The first to participate in the game under the name Bengal Tiger. Bangladesh played their first match in Dhaka against India as the 10th Test playing nation in 2000. Mominul Haque was the captain of the first Test match of Bangladesh. Tamim Iqbal was the captain in the ODI match. Mahmudullah Riyadh was the captain of the T20 match. The international cricket team made its debut in Bangladesh in 1979 by participating in the ICC Trophy in England.
The Bangladesh cricket team has come a long way at present. Since 1997, the history of Bangladesh cricket has changed.
Rise of Bangladesh
Since 1999, the Bangladesh cricket team has played one-day internationals as an ICC ODI player. Bangladesh became a member of the ICC on 26 June 2000 as the 10th Test playing nation. Bangladesh won the first Test match against Zimbabwe. In this way, the Bangladesh cricket team gradually began to stand tall. In 2019, the ICC ranking Bangladesh Test was recognized as the ninth country. It is ranked seventh in ODIs and tenth in T20.
Names of Bangladeshi ODI players
1. Gazi Ashraf
2. Golam Nowsher
3. Golam Farooq
4. Hafizur Rahman
5. Jahangir Shah
6. Minhazul Abedin
7. Nurul Abedin
8. Rafiqul Alam
9. Rakibul Hasan
10. Shahidur Rahman
11. Atahar Ali Khan
12. Azhar Hossain
13. Nasir Ahmed
14. Zahid Razzak
15. Akram Khan
16. Farooq Ahmed
17. Wahidul Gani
18. Enamul Haque
19. Jahangir Hossain Talukder
20. Saiful Islam
21. Anisur Rahman
22. Javed Omar
23. Khaleq Masood
24. Mohammad Rafiq
25. Sajjad Ahmed and many more including.