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BCB to file a lawsuit against England if 'Ball Tampering' will be proved


The highest authority of cricket in the country, Bangladesh Cricket Board is investigating a probable incident of ball tampering during the last international encounter between the home country and visiting England. [Read in Bangla: ইংল্যান্ডের বিপক্ষে বিসিবির বল টেম্পারিংয়ের অভিযোগ]

File photo dated 13-08-2016 of England's Joe Root.

BCB Chairman Nazmul Hasan Papon has informed to the media that they will definitely make complaints to the highest authority of cricket if there are any objectionable matter found out during the investigation. Along with the ‘ball tampering’ issue, BCB is also looking forward to observe what teams like Australia would do with the questionable ‘DRS’ system.

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While International Cricket Council is investigating the ball tampering incident of Faf Du Plessis in a recent Test match between Australia and South Africa, many avoided the video footage of Bangladesh versus England longer version game where Joe Root had been seen scratching and manipulating the red cherry before handing it over to Ben Stokes.

Some of the members of Bangladesh team management pointed out to the matter before but none had officially submitted any complaints therefore. At last BCB Chairman informed that the suspected case is now under investigation through scrutinizing the video footage of the match.

“Although we have no confirm news till now, but we will definitely follow the required procedure in this case. We told to observe the matter” – said Nazmul Hasan.

About the ‘Decision Review System’ (DRS), BCB Chairman said they are looking forward to hear the answers given by ‘Eagle Eye’ to whom Cricket Australia (CA) has asked the explanation of two DRS decision in the last completed Test against South Africa.

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