Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman was good to go to carry out his specialty in the on-going version of the Indian Premier League (IPL). He, be that as it may, was denied from participating in the competition after the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) didn’t give him a No-Objection Certificate (NOC).
Regardless of accepting proposals from two or three establishments, the Bangladesh global neglected to participate in the money rich alliance. The left-arm pacer was apparently drawn nearer by Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders however the BCB wouldn’t give him NOC since Bangladesh’s visit through Sri Lanka was on the cards.
However, the visit was delayed indeed after both the sheets didn’t locate a shared view on the isolate period. The deferment of the arrangement was a significant blow for Mustafizur Rahman, who was supposedly offered a weighty total of INR 1 crore by an establishment.
After Mustafizur Rahman lost chance, questions were raised on the off chance that he’ll get some pay by the BCB. A comparable occurrence had occurred in 2015-16 when the pacer was denied the NOC to play in Pakistan Super League (PSL). In any case, he was additionally repaid with BDT Taka 30 lakh.
We have not given him NoC for public intrigue: Akram Khan
In any case, this time, Mustafizur Rahman nearly gets no opportunity to get remuneration, explained Akram Khan, BCB’s Cricket Operations Chairman. Khan likewise featured why the pacer was repaid in the wake of passing up a PSL contract in 2015-16.
“Since he had injury concerns, we didn’t permit him to go (PSL) and we attempted to remunerate him. This time it’s an alternate issue. He was picked by a group in the PSL while the exchange was in the starter stage (IPL), and no group has picked him. We have not given him NoC for public intrigue, so there is next to no possibility of giving him any remuneration,” Akram Khan said as cited by BDcrictime.
Mustafizur Rahman last IPL spell was with Mumbai Indians in 2018, where he scalped seven wickets at a normal of 32.85 and an economy of 8.36. He had more achievement while wearing the Sunrisers Hyderabad shirt in two seasons (2016 and 2017). In 17 counterparts for the Hyderabad establishment, the 24-year-old took 17 wickets at 26.16 and an economy pace of 7.14.