Bangladesh people supported Pakistan – Very sad Mashrafe Bin Mortaza
After more than a year and a half, spectators have returned to the stadium in Bangladesh. This is the first time since the Corona epidemic began in 2020 that visitors have been able to visit the gallery in a series of home games.
But in the first two matches, the spectators gave some uneasiness. In the second match, a spectator broke the rules of Corona and entered the field. Within the strict rules of biosecurity, a spectator has become interested in what kind of action the two boards take on the series after moving to the players in this way.
Bangladesh people supported Pakistan
In the first match, there were more supporters of Pakistan than Bangladesh in the gallery. Even the Pakistani flag flew in the gallery. Former national team captain Mashrafe bin Murtaza could not hide his frustration.
On Friday, Mashrafe posted a status on his Facebook account saying, “It is true that nothing can be matched with the game, but when the game is in our country, and our country is playing, no matter what other country is playing, their flag is our country’s without the people of their country.” People will fly, it really hurts to see.
Whatever you say, brother, the country is yours. If not today, it will be tomorrow, otherwise it will be the day after tomorrow. If you are not there, it will not happen. Let the flag of our country fly at Hari or Jiti Stadium, let Bangladesh shout.
Despite Mashrafe’s status, many spectators in the gallery on Saturday supported Pakistan. On Saturday, match-winner Fakhar Zaman was questioned about this. Fakhr responded by saying, I don’t understand (the reason for so much support). I also came here in 2018, when I did not see so many people supporting us.
Thanks, everyone. It seems that the match is being played in Pakistan. Getting wickets or playing good shots is getting a lot of support. The supporters of Bangladesh are also supporting us. It feels good.