Former Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza recently violated the bio-safe protocol as he went to meet his comrades who were inside Bangabandhu’s bio bubble T20 Cup. However, he has come up with a straightforward apology after his unintentional move. BCB officials said Murtaza is not part of the same bio-bubble, but landed for a surprise visit at the BCB Academy. He only came for his personal training session.
Murtaza’s surprise visit caused quite a stir, and he went to meet the players inside the bio bubble. However, it has been made clear by the BCB officials that it was an immoral act, and they have apologized for it. He played competitive cricket in the Dhaka Premier League eight months ago.
Actually, Mashrafe Mortaza: This was an unintentional mistake by BCB officials
“Actually, it was a non-intentional mistake (breaking the bio-bubble and entering the academy campus), made by Musharraf, and he was sorry for that. We will make sure he does not repeat the mistake, but with Hee, we have to say that he did not get close to the cricketers and maintained a distance of six feet. Keeping in mind, I do not think he put anyone at risk, “Debashish Chaudhary, BCB’s chief physician, referred to Cricbuzz Said to.
Actually, Murtaza was supposed to train inside, but he had some confusion and went to the academy campus. There he came in contact with other players who were training inside the bio-bubble for the Bangabandhu T20 Cup. His name was not mentioned in the first draft because he had a knee injury, but now his name can be fit into the team. After testing positive for this, he could not even participate in the BCB President’s Cup. COVID-19.
BCB trainer Tushar Kanti said, “He is practicing on his own after Corona and now he wants to lose weight, so I am trying to help him.”
When Murtaza came for his training session, he was found to be slightly overweight, and therefore, he is doing his exercises and exercises regularly to reduce some bodyweight.