Since the controversial incident of the fourth over, the Bangladesh team got a demon. Bangladesh lost three top order batsmen in two runs Bangladesh were 65 for 1, 66 for 4 wickets. After the incident, West Indies also went to Tea, coach Steve Rhodes said.
What is the wrong umpire’s time to pay the Bangladesh? Though the beneficiaries of the incident are Bangladesh, but due to the controversial incident, the result has finally been the result of the Bangladesh team. The game breaks the Bangladesh team. Bangladesh lost the road after scoring 62 runs in 4 overs. And the revolving West Indies have been out there since the great fight against the match.
After the match, the team’s coach Steve Rhodes also said, in his opinion, the unexpected incident in the middle has had negative impact on Bangladesh, ‘of course. If you see the match well, the way the West Indies got a great start. The match was on their side. Then we came back to the match very well. Momentum was on our side during our innings. After that the Momentum must have gone in front of the match between the match. I was trying to keep our players calm. Trying to send messages in the field, I wanted to say that we are in good condition. If you start playing, you should go ahead and keep going naturally. But cricket is such a game when it may be the opposite even after giving such a message. That’s ours, we’ve lost one wicket a second. ”
The coach said, “I do not want to comment on the umpires as the West Indies did the same with the encouragement from the Bangladesh team that did not lose the attention. It would not be right to do that as a coach. Everyone has seen what has happened. Many have watched on TV what happened. They can give their verdict. But I can say that, it has changed the course of the game. Of course, we did not want the interval between that. If we were to play six six overs, we would have had the match. But we want to give credit to the West Indies. Actually, they got burnt from this incident. They fought together as an alliance. Maybe what has happened has happened to them. ‘