”I Will Delete Your Number” – Nazmul Hassan Threatens Mehidy Hasan Miraz

Nazmul Hasan, Mehidy Hasan
Mehidy Hasan (Credits: Twitter)

The meeting of the BCB president with the players haven’t gone down smoothly as planned. At one stage, the president Nazmul Hassan lost his cool and even yelled at the spinner, Mehidy Hasan Miraz. The skipper Shakib Al Hasan controlled the situation and kept the players’ demand on the table.

During the course, Nazmul Hassan, who completely lost himself yelled at Mehidy Miraz threating him that he is going to delete his contact from the phone. In a report by ESPNcricinfo, Hassan targetted Mehidy for taking favours from him and then joining the strike with the other players and not picking his calls.

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What have I not done to you? – Nazmul Hassan to Mehidy Hasan

The way Nazmul yelled, it seemed like Mehidy Hasan has received many favours from the president.  Meanwhile, the other players involved in striker are in no favour of agreeing to the board, who made a little repair work to the demands of the players.

Nazmul Hasan, Mehidy Hasan
Nazmul Hasan (R) with Shakib Al Hasan. Credit: Roton Gomes

Threatening to delete his number, Hassan was quoted as saying, “Miraz, what have I not done for you, and you didn’t pick up my phone call? From today onwards, I will delete your number from my phone.”

There was no clear direction –

Despite the disturbance, the cricketers called-off the strike, as the president promised to accept the demands of the cricketers. However, one of the cricketers is still in confusion to know what extent that the board has agreed to the demands.

Nazmul Hasan, Mehidy Hasan
Credits – Getty Images

“We were told that all of our demands were met, but there was no actual detail. This was quite confusing, as we wanted to know exactly by how much, for example, the NCL [National Cricket League] match fees will be increased. There was no clear direction,” summed up the cricketer.

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However, the resolution means Bangladesh’s tour of India, which is set to start on Nov. 3, will go ahead as planned. The third round of the National Cricket League (NCL), the country’s traditional first-class tournament, was pushed back two days to Saturday.

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