New Delhi, India (BBN)-Team India is disgruntled with Bangladesh umpires who officiated during India’s three-match ODI series against their Asian rivals.
Contetious decisions left India angry and that has prompted the team to make a formal complaint to the BCCI, reports Zee News.
According to a report in Mail Today, the team management is expected to lodge a complaint with the signatures of team director Ravi Shastri and skipper MS Dhoni. The BCCI then ix expected to take the matter to the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Three major incidents have irked the Indian team with the name of Mustafizur Rahman not being mentioned in the on-field collision report submitted by umpires against MS Dhoni in first ODI. Bangladesh unpire Anisur Rahman gave the benefit of doubt to Tamim Iqbal after Kohli claimed a catch with closed videos showing it didn’t hit the ground.
Ambati Rayudu was given out in the third ODI when the ball clearly missed his bat and hit the thigh pad instead. The umpire was Enamul Haque.
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