Farzi Times: Indian players ask for safety after Bangladeshi players went wild against Sri Lanka

Farzi Times: Indian players ask for safety after Bangladeshi players went wild against Sri Lanka

Ashoke Dinda will monitor from top, working as a drone.

Bangladeshi players naagin dance celebration. | Twitter 

Bangladesh defeated Sri Lanka by 2 wickets in a thrilling match of Nidahas Trophy 2018. The men in green have now qualified to the final where they will meet India. Bangladesh celebrated their win with a 'naagin dance' again. This time whole team was seen doing the famous steps Mushfiqur Rahim did in their first win against Sri Lanka.

Everything was good until their celebration crossed the line and they broke the glass of their dressing room. Seeing the wild side of Bangladesh team Indian players have started taking safety tips from Sachin Tendulkar before the final. He has suggested them to wear helmets inside the dressing room.

Bangladesh dressing room (Image: Twitter) 

Thankfully there is no Bangladeshi player in Game of Thrones or they would have broken dragon 'glass' even before using it on white walkers. Also, if Shakib Al Hasan had not got the role as per his demand he would have called off the show. No doubt, then Bangladeshi fans might have called George R. R. Martin a member of BCCI. 

Farzi Times sources say that Bangladeshi players learned naagin dance after getting inspired by Armaan Kohli's role in movie Jaani Dushman. 

Indian players don't have to worry about naagin dance. Thanks to Nehru, India got an image of being the land of snake charmers worldwide. How can you trouble a snake charmer with naagin dance? This is the best thing Nehru did after awarding himself with Bharat Ratna.

Still, if Bangladeshi players perform the snake dance, one of India's substitute player will carry mongoose bat in the middle.

The two teams will clash on March 18 to decide the winner of Nidahas Trophy 2018. 

Note: This is pure fiction and not created to mislead any cricket fan. 


By Sihyeu Prakash Singh - 17 Mar, 2018

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