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If all was well, then the Bangladesh and New Zealand team were due to face the third Test on Saturday. But on Friday, Christiechch mosque changed the situation of the fierce terrorist attack. Bangladesh cricketers faced the incident in the face of the whole world. Worried about the horrific incident, the cricketers, who were mentally scared, returned home on Saturday night. Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan Papon was present at the airport to attend the players. Realizing the psychological condition of the cricketer of the time, the BCB chief has suggested to spend time with the family.

The cricketer who returned home quickly from the airport. Team captain Mahmudullah Riyadh said a few things in front of the journalists. During this time, the Board President was next to him. In a little conversation, he told all the cricketers not to think about cricket at this time. Regarding the conversation with the party, Nazmul said, "I realized that through a terrible situation they came, I understood them by talking to them. Immediately after the incident, we all realized how their mental condition was.

The board president has not been able to talk much with the players due to long tour, dreaded experience and travel related fatigue. Initially briefly gave some suggestions. He said, "The return trip to their country was quite long, about 22 hours. I just said, now you have to spend some days in the same way as you would like to do with yourself on a cold head for a while. I have not been able to think about cricket right now. I said, spend time with the family. And we are all. If anybody wants any help, then we are there. '

Regardless of the fatigue, fatigue and trauma, the cricketer who has been able to return home safely, this is the comfort news for everyone, including the Board President Nazmul Hassan.

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