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Controversy over the alleged phone conversation, Tamim’s bat run on the field

Controversy over the alleged phone conversation, Tamim’s bat run on the field

Yesterday a TV channel leaked a phone conversation of Tamim Iqbal. The phone conversation spread around instantly. The birthday of the left-handed opener started within a few hours of the much-discussed incident. Tamim turned 35 today on Wednesday. However, despite the birthday, yesterday’s phone conversation is still discussed.

Tamim has announced to come live today at seven o’clock to explain the phone conversation about which there is so much noise around. On the one hand birthday, on the other hand the phone conversation incident – Tamim’s bat laughs on the day of these two polarities. The left-handed opener has picked up his first fifty in DPL this season.

Tamim’s Prime Bank Cricket Club took the field against Rupganj Tigers Cricket Club today at BKSP ground number three in the fourth round match of DPL. Batting first, Rupganj was bowled out for 132 runs with 18.5 overs left in the innings.

In response, Tamim batted cautiously from the start. 17, 16 and 6 runs came from Tamim’s bat in the previous three matches in the current DPL respectively. Prime Bank opener did not give any chance today. Tamim gave the team a good start in the opening partnership with Parvez Hossain Imon, the centurion of the previous two matches.

Prime Bank reached 50 runs in the 12th over of the innings with the fluent batting of the two. Tamim, who started with the ball, slowed down a bit before reaching his half-century. In the 62nd ball, Salman Hussain completed his personal half-century by driving Emon to deep mid-wicket for one run. 4 fours and 2 sixes came from Tamim’s bat on the way to reach his fifty.

In the 23rd over of the innings in the pair of Tamim-Imon, Prime Bank scored a hundred runs. At the same time, the chances of winning by ten wickets increased. But when Prime Bank was 15 runs away from the win, Tamim got out. Abdullah Al Mamun was bowled, stopping Tamim’s innings of 67 runs off 78 balls. Prime Bank also lost another opener Eamon by two runs. Eamon got out on the next ball after reaching fifty off 74 balls.

In the end, Prime Bank won by 8 wickets with 20.4 overs of the innings in hand. Tamim became the man of the match with a great performance with the bat.