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Watch: Shakib Al Hasan nearly falls on floor in chaos after commercial event in Dubai

Shakib Al Hasan is the no. 1 ranked allrounder in T20Is and ODI.

Bangladesh cricket team’s star allrounder Shakib Al Hasan is a popular athlete in his country. However, sometimes his popularity has caused him great harm. He has often been involved in many controversial acts, whether it is on the field or off of it. Another video of him has been surfacing on social media; and this time, Shakib once again had to become a victim of scuffling with his fans, who didn’t want to miss the opportunity to click pictures with him.

This incident took place when Shakib was leaving after attending a commercial event in Dubai but the crowd was so much that it became difficult for him to leave as he was surrounded by the fans. Someone also grabbed his shirt and he almost fell on the floor but managed to balance himself and kept moving to exit the venue as soon as possible. However, some people also accompanied him to control the situation.

Watch the video here:

Bangladesh recently whitewashed England in the T20I series under Shakib Al Hasan

Shakib didn’t have proper security at the time when he was leaving the venue. But thankfully the cricketer did not lose his temper on such behavior of over-enthusiastic fans. Earlier, another video went viral in which Shakib can be seen hitting a fan with his own cap. The fan grabbed his cap from his head which enraged the Bangladeshi star. Shakib snatched his cap from the fan’s hand and started beating him mercilessly. To prevent the situation from worsening further, he was taken away by force.

Shakib is leading Bangladesh in Tests and T20I format and his individual performance is also great as he is currently standing at the top of the ODI and T20I rankings in the world and ranked at no.3 in the list of all-rounders in Test. Talking about his recent performances, Shakib achieved a big achievement as he became the third all-rounder in the world to score 6000 runs and take 300 wickets in ODIs. Earlier, former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi and former Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya have been able to do this feat.

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