DHAKA: A 14-year-old cricketer has died in Bangladesh after he was strike by a branch thrown by an indignant batsman during a accessible diversion between community teams, military pronounced Monday.
Faisal Hossain was fielding in a southeastern pier city of Chittagong when a batsman was given out, partner military commissioner Jahangir Alam told AFP.
“The batsman was mad when he saw that he was stumped or bowled out. He grabbed a branch and threw it in a air. The branch strike partial of a neck and conduct of Faisal who was fielding tighten to a wicket,” he said.
“He collapsed on a belligerent in pain and was announced passed after he was taken to a hospital.”
The batsman has been incarcerated and will be prosecuted for causing unintended death, military said. Clashes are common over cricket in Bangladesh, where a competition is taken severely even during encampment level.
Last May, a batsman wielding a branch allegedly kick a 16-year-old cricketer to genocide in Dhaka after a teen taunted a referee over a no-ball delivery.