Ind vs Ban First T20I: Two Bangladesh Players Reportedly Vomited Due To Poor Playing Conditions In Delhi

Ind vs Ban First T20I: Two Bangladesh Players Reportedly Vomited Due To Poor Playing Conditions In Delhi

Ind vs Ban First T20I: Two Bangladesh Players Reportedly Vomited Due To Poor Playing Conditions In Delhi 

New Delhi:  After the first Twenty20 International (T20I) in New Delhi on Sunday, Soumya Sarkar and one other Bangladeshi player had vomited on the field, espncricinfo.com confirmed in a report. The first T20I was played in unfavourable conditions as the air pollution level in New Delhi worsened after the festival of Diwali. 

The visiting Bangladesh side had went on to win their first-ever T20I match against India as they chased down the target with seven wickets and three balls to spare. Mushfiqur Rahim, the veteran Bangladesh batsman after the match had said his team found it hard to cope up with the weather ever since their arrival in India.
 
The wicketkeeper-batsman, Rahim also said, pollution was not an issue for him and his focus was on facing the opposition bowlers.

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"Pollution is not an issue for me. I was more concerned about facing the opposition bowlers than worry about pollution," Mushfiqur told reporters.

"Irrespective of the condition we had to play. Since the moment we arrived in India it was like this and we did cope up with the weather and performed on match day," he added.

Meanwhile, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly had thanked both the teams for playing the Delhi T20I under tough conditions.

 

"Thank u to both the teams to play this game @ImRo45 @BCBtigers under tuff conditions .. well done bangladesh..," Ganguly tweeted.

The second T20I will be played at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot on Thursday. It will be a must-win match for hosts India as Bangladesh lead the three-match series 1-0.

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