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The ban on shaking hands, spitting out, is in the Premier League

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The ban on shaking hands, spitting out, is in the Premier League

The ban on shaking hands, spitting out, is in the Premier League

The ban on shaking hands, spitting out, is in the Premier LeagueBangabandhu Dhaka Premier League begins today due to fear of coronavirus

India’s domestic cricket is closed due to coronavirus. Cricket Australia today announced the closure of the domestic cricket league in Australia. But Bangladesh is the exception. Bangabandhu Dhaka Premier League, the only list of the country started today. BCB Director Jalal Yunus inaugurated the tournament this morning at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur.

Apart from Mirpur, three Premier League matches are underway at Fatullah and BKSP. The Premier League has started but cricketers have to be careful. After the inaugural event in Mirpur, the cricketers of Abahani and Partex did not join hands with each other. Jalal Yunus said that the two-party dressing room has been hand cleaned.

The cricketers, however, have been forbidden to shout and groan on the field. The ball was said to prevent the ball from spitting. On the field, however, the cricketers have not been seen to abstain from this. Partex bowlers cheer each other after getting wickets, with high five!

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