Shakib Al Hassan denied entry into Big Bash League by Cricket Australia

Bangladeshi All Rounder Shakib Al Hassan has been denied entry in the upcoming edition of BBL by CA. Cricket Australia has strict rules for corruption charges and Shakib Al Hassan has been given a no by the CA committee because of the ban which was imposed by ICC for not complying with ICC’s rules and regulations regarding corrupt activities. The Bangladeshi all rounder was banned in October 2019 by ICC, his ban ended in October this year.

The Bangladeshi Cricketer reportedly did put his name for upcoming BBL edition but was not approved by CA. The left handed star player took the decision by CA gracefully and said that their decision is fair as they may have doubt about him or cannot trust me so soon. He said that he cannot deny the fact that he was banned for some serious reasons and has to face the repercussion for the same.

Shakib Al Hassan last played any form of cricket in back in 2019 in the CPL. He added that he has been in contact with all the members of the Bangladeshi team so he didn’t feel that his relations with any players have been affected due to this ban. But he also added that if any of the players have any doubt in their minds he would totally be okay with it and expect it as well. Shakib made his debut for Adelaide Strikers back in 2013-14 season, for the next season the southpaw was in Melbourne Renegades. He is the only Bangladeshi player to play in the Big Bash league.

The Big Bash league will kickoff from 10th of December with the first match between Hobart Hurricanes and Sydney Sixers.

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