It’s even hard to breath: Domingo complains about Delhi’s condition

Bangladesh have started their practice sessions in India where they will play three T20Is and two Tests against the hosts. The first T20I will be held on November 3.

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Bangladesh are finding it hard to adjust in Delhi as the city’s air pollution is causing serious trouble to the players and the coaching staff. It has even made some reporters of Bangladesh sick who are already in Delhi to cover the matches.

Bangladesh’s head coach Russell Domingo also expressed his unsatisfaction to Bdcrictime about the current situation of Delhi and said he is even finding it hard to breathe properly.

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“My eyes are burning due to the smog. Sometimes it’s even getting hard to breathe. It’s now getting necessary to wear a mask. We are failing to adjust due to the weather and air pollution in this city. I’m not feeling well.”

The Tigers reached India on Wednesday and started their first practice session on Thursday at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. The players started their practice session at local time 1:00 PM and since then, they are facing trouble due to the air pollution.

Liton Das was seen wearing a mask during the practice session and the same scenario is most likely to be seen from the rest of the players in the next practice session.

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