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What happened after the final was unfortunate: Bangladeshi captain Akbar on rival teams that are coming to blows Cricket News


POTCHEFSTROOM: “It’s a dream come true,” said Bangladesh captain Akbar Ali, who lamented the unwanted aggression of his players that almost resulted in a free for all after his team won the U-19 World Cup. CPI.

Bangladeshi players were openly aggressive as they deployed with their leader Shoriful Islam in a sleigh with the Indian batters after each delivery.

In fact, as Bangladesh approached the winning races, Shoriful was seen screaming openly several times before the camera.

“Some of our bowlers were excited and excited. What happened after the game was unfortunate. I would like to congratulate India,” said Captain Akbar, who showed his maturity beyond the years in the post-game conference.

As soon as the game ended, he became tense with the Bangladeshi players running to the ground and most of them still showed aggressive body language.

In fact, an Indian player rushed to confront and pushed a Bangladeshi player who had allegedly said uncharitable things and was the coach that Paras Mhambrey saw his children calm.

“It’s a dream come true. It’s about the hard work we’ve done in the last two years. The coaching staff … I just can’t thank you enough for the support you have given us on and off the field. We have had a very Good experience, and this is just the beginning for us. Hopefully this will be the springboard for us, “said the captain, who was also declared Player of the Final for his 43 undefeated compound.

He thanked the supporters of Bangladesh in their mother tongue.

“Those who have supported us here have been our twelfth man here. We really appreciate it.”

The captain of India, Priyam Garg, acknowledged that it was a bad day with the bat and that they would have needed a total of 210-220 to make a match.

“It’s a bad day, but our boys fought very well. Even with such a low total, we made things difficult for them, and I would like to thank my team for that.”

“The most important factor was the launch, because the wicket was a bit wet. We had a good start, and we should have reached at least 210-220. That would have been a much better score.”

While bowlers played more than 20 widths and no balls, Priyam doesn’t think it could have been very different.

“I don’t think we could have done something very different. For 178, we responded very well, and we lost this because we didn’t hit well enough. That’s all. We enjoyed the World Cup. We also played a series here, and this was also nice.” .

Times of India