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Old April 13, 2017, 11:48 AM
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BDFlag Four Balls, 92 Runs, One Bizarre Scorecard

Four Balls, 92 Runs, One Bizarre Scorecard

By MOHAMMAD ISAM
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A bowler conceded 92 runs off just four legal deliveries as one of cricket's strangest scorecards emerged from Bangladesh's domestic cricket this week. Sujon Mahmud, playing for Lalmatia Club in the Dhaka league's third tier, gave away 65 wides and bowled 15 no-balls in an over that eventually lasted 84 balls. It meant Axiom Cricketers chased down their 92-run target in less than an over, in an innings that lasted 17 minutes, at the City Club ground in Dhaka on April 11.

Mahmud's bowling, it later emerged, was a form of protest against what Lalmatia alleged to be biased umpiring during the game and throughout this season's competition. Lalmatia were bowled out for 88.

"It started at the toss," Adnan Ahmed, Lalmatia's general secretary told Dhaka Tribune. "My captain was not allowed to see the coin and we were sent to bat first and as expected, the umpires' decisions came against us. My players are young, aged around 17, 18 and 19. They could not tolerate the injustice and thus reacted by giving away 92 runs in four deliveries."

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That's some news.

The umpire is obviously biased given the fact that he did not ask the fielding captain to change the bowler and let the bowler bowl 15 no-balls and 65 wides.

This incident brings back old memories of school cricket when our captain used to call "Bowler Defused" seeing us bowl crazy wide and no balls copying all pace demons from TV.
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Well that's another embarrassing record we'll hold for the foreseeable future
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