What happens on a field, stays on a margin – a perspective a captains of Bangladesh and India pronounced they share.
Both Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and Mahendra Singh Dhoni pronounced they do not wish to make a large understanding out of a collision between Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman and a India skipper in a center of a pitch. The captains responded carefully during a post-match lecture on Thursday per a issue, reports bdnews24.com.
The hosts lead 1-0 in a three-match One-Day International (ODI) array after abrasive a visitors by 79 runs in a initial diversion during a Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here on Thursday.
The occurrence occurred in a 25th over when Dhoni was confronting debutant Mustafizur. The bowler had to go off a margin to accept diagnosis after colliding with a India skipper when a latter was using for a single. India opener Rohit Sharma was also on a collision march with a pacer progressing before he managed to run around him.
The 19-year-old left-arm bowler took 5/50 on his entrance to assistance vanquish a tourists after Bangladesh batsmen posted an considerable 307.
“The bowler (Mustafizur) suspicion we would pierce divided while we suspicion he would. But as zero of us did, we collided. This can occur in any match. It’s zero big. we spoke to him later,” pronounced a India captain with a smile.
Mashrafe also pronounced he would not drag a emanate by a mud.
“Things like this can occur on a margin during a match. We all shake hands during a finish of a day and such situations can be discussed with a on-field umpires. It’s zero serious,” he said.