Bangladesh allrounder Shakib al Hasan threw a petulant strop during a Dhaka Premier League game, kicking over the stumps and pulling them out of the ground before throwing them to the floor.
Shakib, only recently back from a lengthy ICC ban, was playing for Mohammedan Sporting Club against Abahani Limited on Friday when he reacted with fury after an appeal for lbw was turned down.
The former national captain kicked over the stumps at the non-striker's end before shouting in the face of the standing umpire in scenes which brought back memories of Michael Holding's famous on-field tantrum from 1980.
However, Shakib, who had earlier made 37 in the T20 match, was not done.
When the players left the field for a rain break after 5.5 overs of the second innings, he returned to confront the official, ripping all three stumps from the ground and throwing them at the pitch.
Videos of the incidents were being shared widely on social media on Friday.
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