BPL drone camera disappeared during Khulna vs Rajshahi game

An expensive drone camera got lost during the match between Khulna Tigers and Rajshahi Royals in the Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

BPL drone camera lost
The special edition of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) witnessed a bizarre incident on Tuesday as the drone camera that was used during Rajshahi vs Khulna game got lose as it fell down somewhere due to low battery.

The expensive drone camera costs 4-5 lakh tk and it has been announced that the person will be rewarded with 10,000 tk who will find the drone.

Also Read - Nurul's clinical knock extends Sylhet's losing streak

Meanwhile, the Chattogram phase started on Tuesday with two games. Khulna Titans won the first game against Rajshahi Royals after a match-winning 96 from the skipper Mushfiqur Rahim.

On the other hand, Sylhet Thunder suffered their fourth defeat in a row and they are yet to open their account this season.

After putting into bat first, Sylhet only managed to post 129 runs with the loss of 8 wickets. Andre Fletcher started off well, but after his dismissal on 38, the batting line-up collapsed and in the end, a steady knock from skipper Mosaddek guided the visitors to a fighting total.

Mehedi Hasan Rana was on fire with the ball as he picked up four wickets and conceded only 23 runs in 4 overs including one maiden. Rubel Hossain also chipped in with two wickets.

In reply, opener Lendl Simmons started off well despite getting no support from the other end. Chattogram kept losing wickets at the other end and the chances for Sylhet’s first win in this tournament grew bigger after the dismissal of Simmons.

With 85/6, Sylhet were smelling their first victory of the season before Nurul Hasan crashed the party and stunned the bowlers with a fiery knock. Nurul played an unbeaten knock of 37 off just 24 balls including a massive six of 110m to guide the hosts over the line by 4 wickets in the end.

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