Bangladesh Cricket Board said on Friday that they will warn Afghanistan wicket-keeper batter Mohammad Shehzad to maintain decency in the cricket field as he was seen vaping an electric cigarette inside the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Friday.
‘’We have to put up message (warning) across him (that he cannot do such a thing),’’ BCB chief executive Nizamuddin Chowdhury told Daily Cricket on Friday.
‘’It’s not decent and we don’t expect such a thing from an international cricketer like him that he does something publicly that leaves an impact on the social media,’’ he said.
Minister Dhaka’s opener Shehzad was talking with Karim Zanat and Fazal Haque Farroki of Comilla Victorians when rain was stopped for few minutes to allow the players of both sides coming out of the dressing room.
During that time smoke was coming out of Shehzad mouth and immediately Tamim Iqbal and Dhaka’s head coach Mizanur Rahman came inside the ground to take back Shehzad inside the dressing room
This is not the first time Shehzad came under fire in BPL considering he received a two-match ban during the BPL in 2016 for having physical contact with Sabbir Rahman that also saw him giving away 30 percent of match fee.