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  • Aug 21, 2017
    When Zimbabwean cricketer Ryan Burl was seeking a sponsor by posting the image of his torn shoes, the cricketing world was stunned learnung about the miserable conditions of Zimbabwean cricket. Although Burl got sponsored by Puma after his tweet, he and his teammates are not going to represent their country in the T20 World Cup.

    Zimbabwean cricket has an especial place in Bangladeshi fans' hearts. Even a decade ago, when Bangladesh was a comparatively weaker side, Zimbabwe was Bangladesh’s best friend-- paying visit regularly, also inviting Bangladesh to play them on their grounds.

    As the T20 World Cup 2021 begins tomorrow, the fact that Zimbabwe is not there-- not even in the qualifiers, will certainty make the Bangladeshi fans upset.

    Despite their woes, Zimbabwe used to be regular in the ICC tournaments. The answer to the grim question- what brought theme here, can be found in the inability and incompetence of their cricket board.

    Zimbabwe's exclusion didn't take place for their poor performance but for an unlucky incident in July, 2019. Due to the allegation of political interference in the cricket board, ICC put a suspension on Zimbabwe from attending any of their tournaments and withdrew fundings