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Bangladesh change World Cup strip Similarity with Pakistan Pack after hullabaloo:

Dhaka: Bangladesh has modified its World Cup cricket strip to include a dash of red after turmoil over the underlying structure, which some had compared to match Pakistan's pack, the cricket board said Wednesday.

Bangladesh change World Cup strip Similarity with Pakistan Pack after hullabaloo:
Bangladesh change World Cup strip Similarity with Pakistan Pack after hullabaloo:  


Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) representative Jalal Yunus said cricket's reality administering body had initially requested that it drop the red shading because of "business entanglements", however yielded following a consequent solicitation from the BCB.

The national banner of Bangladesh is red and green, however the Tigers' shirt divulged Monday for the competition beginning not long from now in England and Wales was green and white.

"It made the shirt green and white. Yet, individuals needed a pinch of red in the pullover. So we mentioned the ICC (International Cricket Council) again and they acknowledged our solicitation," he told AFP.

Internet based life was flooded with protests after the strip was disclosed, with previous BCB president Saber Hossain Chowdhury among those to condemn the first structure.

Many cricket fans saw a similitude with the shirt of Pakistan.

In any case, BCB president Nazmul Hassan, otherwise called Papon, impacted the recommendation that the likeness of Pakistan pullover provoked the quick change in structure.

"Bangladesh is composed on the shirt, how might you mistake it for Pakistan?" Nazmul asked correspondents in a question and answer session on Tuesday.

"In the wake of seeing the Tigers' image and BCB logo on the off chance that somebody imagines that it's not Bangladesh's shirt but rather Pakistan's, at that point I feel that individual should remain in Pakistan," he said.

First they will play a tri-national competition in Ireland from May 5-17 alongside individual World Cup members Ireland and the West Indies.

Bangladesh cricket group left home on Wednesday and will open their World Cup battle against South Africa at the Oval on June 2.

The World Cup starts on May 30.

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