Mushfiqur Rahim Handling The Ball Video: Axe hit on his own foot

Mushfiqur Rahim Handling The Ball Video: The second Test of the series is being played between Bangladesh and New Zealand at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. On the first day of this match, Bangladesh decided to bat after winning the toss, but the captain's decision proved wrong as the team lost five wickets on the score of 104 runs. Bangladesh had lost four wickets in the first session of the day. Zakir Hasan, who came to start the innings for Bangladesh, was dismissed on a personal score of 8 runs, while Mahmudul Hasan Joy scored 14 runs. The third blow to the team was in the form of Mominul Haque. While captain Najmul Hussain Shanto could score only 9 runs. When Mushfaqur Rahim came to bat, the team was in trouble, and it was necessary for the team to take the team's innings forward with Shahadat Hossain. But in order to save his wicket, he hit the axe on his foot and lost his wicket and made an unwanted record.

In the second session of the first day, Bangladesh suffered the fifth blow as Mushfaqur Rahim. Mushfaqur Rahim was called out for blocking the field. Actually, Kyle Jamieson came to bowl the 41st over for New Zealand and Mushfaqur Rahim defended the fourth ball of his over with a light hand. He then pushed the ball away from his straight hand to save his wicket.

Mushfiqur Rahim Out 😲#Cricket#BANvsNZ#BANvNZ#MushfiqurRahim

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The New Zealand players appealed about this, after which the on-field umpire referred the third umpire. The third umpire called Mushfaqur Rahim out after the review. Mushfaqur Rahim became the first batsman to be dismissed due to obstructing the field. Let me tell you, in the year 2017, the rule of giving out the batsman touched the ball with his hand. However, the ball was already away from the wicket. In such a situation, why did he touch the ball with his hand, there is definitely a question in the minds of the fans.

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