Bangladeshi star Shakib Al Hasan expressed his thoughts on Sunday after "Bengal Tigers" beat India for the first time in T20I cricket in Delhi.
The 32-year-old withdrew from the Bangkok Cricket Board (BCB) government just days before their turn in India, after the International Cricket Council (ICC) sent him a two-year ban for failing to mention his corrupt approach to the player. corruption on October 24.
Shakib took to Facebook to share his love with the national side and congratulated the players on a historic victory over Team India.
"What a fantastic performance for the team under tremendous pressure! Congratulations boys! You were proud of the whole nation," he wrote on Facebook.
India faced a 7-wicket defeat against Bangladesh in the first T20I match of the three-match series at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi on Sunday.
This was a special day for the shortest form of the game, as this was the 1000th T20I cricket match in the history of the game.
India first managed to set a 148/6 goal after 20 overs, thanks to a late hit by Krunal Pandya and Washington Sundar in the final pass.
In the wanderings, the tourists lost an early wicket in the first, but it was Mushfiqur Rahim's magnificent unbeaten run of 60 runs from 43 balls (8 fours and 1 six) that ultimately helped the tourists cruise to a 7-wicket victory. three balls to be disposed of.