Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), the glitzy T20 tournament of the country, is in full flow. While the inclusion of some superstars of the cricketing world has improved the fame of the competition, the pitches presented are going exactly in the opposite direction.
For low scoring games, the pitch of Dhaka has already been criticized. The game between Comilla Victorians and Rangpur Riders saw Comilla getting dismissed for just 63 runs and Rangpur also struggled in timing the ball.
Shoaib Malik, the all-rounder of Pakistan, is the latest man to raise his concern on the wicket as he feels that such tracks will dent the profile of the tournament. The 36-year old cricketer realizes the weather conditions but feels that there is enough room for improvement in the tracks.
“I understand weather doesn’t allow the curators to make good pitches. However, I think small improvement can be possible in the pitches. If they try to make good pitches, there will be high scoring games that the crowd will be entertained and that’s what even the whole world will like to see,” said by the Sialkot born cricketer.