Bangladesh fans have a right to be furious.
They entered the contest against Pakistan with a spot in the semi-finals up for grabs after Netherlands pulled off the stunning upset to defeat South Africa earlier in the day.
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After winning the toss and electing to bat, Bangladesh made a promising start through the opening 10 overs as they raced to be 1/70.
Shadab Khan entered the bowling attack for Pakistan and turned the contest on its head by removing Soumya Sarkar and then sending Shakib Al Hasan packing the very next delivery.
It was the dismissal of Shakib however that caused uproar among cricket fans and left the Bangladesh team and fans seeking answers.
The delivery from Khan hit Shakib on his right foot and after a long delay the umpires index finger went up to give him out.
Instantly it was sent upstairs for review, Shakib didn’t even bother talking to Najmul Hossain Shanto at the other end.
The third umpire began running his eye over the footage, but it was when ultra edge came along that the issues arose.
Replays showed a noise spike right as the ball was close to the bat with the third umpire stating the noise had come from Shakib hitting the ground.
As the replays continued to roll back and forth it looked clear there was a gap between bat and the ground, however the third umpire had seen enough and DRS then showed the ball going on to hit the stumps with Shakib given his marching orders.
Shakib didn’t want to leave and stood in the middle of Adelaide Oval speaking with the umpires trying to plead his case before he and teammates were seen speaking with an umpire on the sidelines.
Fans watching on and Bangladesh fans in the stands simply couldn’t believe what they’d just seen unfold.
“He should feel well aggrieved after this one,” Isa Guha said on Fox Cricket.
Chadd Sayers on SEN Cricket said: “That’s the incorrect decision, 100 per cent”.
After their solid start to the innings, Pakistan took control in the final 10 overs as Bangladesh fell from being one wicket down with 70 runs on the board to finishing their innings at 8/127.
Pakistan simply need to win and book their place in the semi-finals
Shaheen Afridi was the chief destroyer for Pakistan, finishing with figures of 4/22 from his four overs.