Halts DPL Clash Uproar Over Umpiring Decision. The Dhaka Premier League match between Abahani Limited and Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club was canceled after the umpires strolled off the BKSP-3 stadium. The match was not played on the store day as the Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis, the BCB standing council that runs the class, had not declared its decision.* The umpires had apparently exited refering to “sickness”.
The occurrence that activated them leaving the field happened in the sixteenth over of Prime Doleshwar’s pursuit when Raqibul Hasan was given not out by umpire Tanvir Ahmed off a puzzling claim from left-arm spinner Saqlain Sajib. The Abahani players challenged and their fans started to throw misuse at the umpires, and soon thereafter they cleared out the field in the wake of counseling with match arbitrator Montu Datta.
In the long run, Prime Doleshwar were requested that pursuit a reexamined focus as indicated by the D/L technique, however they rejected saying the climate wasn’t a component and the interference wasn’t their deficiency.
“Why would it be a good idea for us to pass by the Duckworth/Lewis strategy? Our club authorities are not going to comply with it today. The match didn’t stop in light of us. What happened was very deplorable,” Prime Doleshwar mentor Mizanur Rahman Babul said.
Khaled Mahmud, the Abahani mentor, thought it was an instance of the umpires overcompensating. “There was no danger or any circumstance made that the umpires needed to leave the field,” he said. “They could have taken care of the circumstance much better. It is very characteristic that [Prime] Doleshwar would not like to play as per the D/L strategy when the circumstance didn’t request of a wonder such as this.”
* 0515am, June 13, 2016. The news article was redesigned with the data that the match was not played on the store day.