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BCB receives video footage of certain dismissals from ICC

53The International Cricket Council (ICC) sent the video footage of the certain dismissals of the World Cup Cricket quarterfinal match between Bangladesh and India after reviewing it at the request of Bangladesh.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) raised concern with some specific dismissals that created a huge uproar in the country. The BCB however will send the video footage to the country’s cricket expert to assess, said CEO Nizaumuddin Chowdhury Sujon. “ICC sent the certain dismissal’s video footage a few days ago after we raised concern. In response  to our request they reviewed it and sent it to us,” said the CEO.
“Now we’ll send it to the experts and they will give their opinion,” added the CEO without further elaborating.
Bangladesh lost the match by 109 runs but the fans reacted sharply over the umpiring errors amongst which the no-ball call off Rubel Hossain was dubious. The TV replay showed the ball was illegal in which Rohit Sharma was caught out. Rohit, given life on 90, went on to add 47 runs more to be out on 137 and took the match away from Bangladesh’s grip.
Later in-form Mahmudullah Ryad’s dismissal also looked doubtful as it seemed that Shikhar Dhawan touched the boundary rope before completing the tough catch.
It is however unlikely that the result of the match will be reversed as till now no match’s result was turned due to the umpiring error.
The then ICC president and former BCB chief AHM Mustafa Kamal sharply reacted after the India-Bangladesh quarterfinal match as he had alleged that those umpires’ decisions let Bangladesh to make exit from the tournament. Later he involved in a verbal-war with the ICC chairman N Srinivasan which led to his (Kamal) resignation from the ICC.