The former captain, who has a history of disciplinary violations, was fined $ 5,900 and banned three games.
Shakib al-Hasan, from all over Bangladesh, has been suspended for three matches and fined for “showing aggressive behavior towards the referee” during a national match.
Shakib, the best ranked in the world on an international day, suffered the strain after the referee rejected an appeal during a match between Abahani Limited and Mohammedan Sporting Club in Dhaka on Friday.
He later removed the three stumps and set them aside after the referee stopped the game due to rain.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) found Shakib, who captain Muhammad, guilty of two offenses of misconduct and suspended him for three upcoming matches in the T20 Cricket League of the Bangabandhu Dhaka Premier Division.
Yesterday, Shakib Al Hasan lost his temper in the Dhaka Premier League … twice 👀 pic.twitter.com/PcfzqugcdE
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He also received a fine of 500,000 taka (US $ 5,900).
“Shakib was found guilty of conduct contrary to the spirit of the game after displaying aggressive behavior towards the referee,” the BCB said in a statement on Saturday.
The 34-year-old also discredited the game by using offensive language and reckless behavior with referees, the BCB added.
Shakib wrote on Facebook that he “felt very sorry to lose his temper.”
“An experienced player like me shouldn’t have reacted like that, but sometimes against all odds, unfortunately.”