Dhaka: Bangladeshi umpire Moniruzzaman has determined to give up umpiring in cricket after the misbehaviour from Bangladesh participant Mahmudullah Riyad throughout a Dhaka Premier League (DPL) match.
Gazi Group Captain Riyad sat on the bottom and touched the grass after Alok Kapali was adjudged not out by the umpire. He expressed his dissatisfaction together with the opposite gamers of Gazi Group.
Reportedly, match referee Raqibul Hasan fined Mahmudullah Tk 20,000. He had violated the Code of Conduct 2.8. However the umpire has now determined to give up all types of cricket stating that he’s not in cricket “just for the money” and demanded some form of respect from the gamers.
“Enough is enough for me and I don’t want to do umpiring anymore. I have some self-respect and want to live with it. Umpires can make mistakes but if we are treated in this manner, there is no point in doing it anymore because I am not in it just for the money,” Moniruzzaman advised Cricbuzz.
Such an incident about misbehaviour with umpires is just not new. Beforehand Shakib al Hasan was additionally concerned in a single such brawl. Check out the video beneath:
Commenting on Shakib’s incident, Moniruzzaman mentioned, “I was not involved in Shakib’s game. The way he behaved was something very hard for me to digest. In the Mahmudullah match, I was the TV umpire and watching the episode closely. It left me numb and at that point, I decided not to carry on with umpiring.”