#Dhaka: There is no doubt that he is the most talked about name in Bangladesh cricket. Shakib Al Hasan is a living legend in Padma Par cricket. But it is also true that he is in controversy for no reason. Since the beginning of this month, the most talked about news in the country’s cricket is Shakib Al Hasan’s agreement with the betting organization.

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With which the water has been muddied for ten consecutive days. Some say, Shakib has done nothing wrong. Many have criticized Shakib because of his association with betting. But in the end, Shakib had to retreat. In view of Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hasan Papon’s strong stance on this issue, the world’s best all-rounder has canceled the contract with the betting company.

Shakib informed BCB that on Thursday evening. Despite announcing the cancellation of the contract, the post remained on Shakib’s page on social media Facebook. However, Shakib deleted that post after returning home in the first day of the day. That post is no longer visible on Shakib’s page since 9 am. Shakib has returned to the country. Today (Saturday) afternoon, he is going to sit in a meeting with BCB President Nazmul Hasan Papon.

Meanwhile, the selectors of the national team are sitting in discussions at Mirpur Shere Bangla National Cricket Stadium. Where we will definitely talk about the Asia Cup team. Besides, they also sat with the technical committee of the national league. On behalf of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, Jalal Younis has made it clear that the Bangladesh Board cannot accept cricketers’ contracts with any organization that harms people and misleads the young generation.

It is a moral question. Meanwhile, the Bangladesh cricket team has targeted at least the semi-finals in the Asia Cup in Arabia. But if they show their best game, it will not be surprising if they reach the final.

Published by:Rohan Chowdhury

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