The former captain, who has a history of disciplinary offenses, was fined $ 5,900 and a three-game suspension.
Bangladesh multi-player Shakib al-Hasan was suspended for three matches and fined for “showing aggressive behavior towards the referee” during a domestic match.
Shakib, the world’s highest-ranked all-rounder in one-day internationals, kicked the stumps after an appeal was dismissed by the referee in a game between Abahani Limited and Mohammedan Sporting Club in Dhaka on Friday.
He then removed the three stumps and threw them aside after the referee interrupted play due to rain.
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) declared Mohammedan captain Shakib guilty of two counts of misconduct and suspended him for three upcoming matches of the Bangabandhu Dhaka Premier Division T20 Cricket League.
Shakib Al Hasan completely lost his temper yesterday in the Dhaka Premier League… twice 👀 pic.twitter.com/PcfzqugcdE
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He was also fined 500,000 taka (US $ 5,900).
“Shakib was found guilty of conduct contrary to the spirit of the game after showing aggressive behavior towards the referee,” the BCB said in a statement on Saturday.
The 34-year-old also discredited the game using offensive language and reckless conduct with the referees, the BCB added.
Shakib wrote on Facebook that he was “extremely sorry that I lost my temper”.
“An experienced player like me shouldn’t have reacted that way, but sometimes unexpectedly it does happen, unfortunately.”