In a shocking effort to injure Bangladesh's toughest cookie (his face is literally like fresh dough and his voice buttery), SkySports got an Oak-tree sized individual to interview the arm-long Mushfiqur Rahim.
After the interview Mushfiq's neck hurt and eyes burnt as the sun had directly reached his eyes. The Oak may have been tall but he didn't provide him with any shade.
SkySports and the English camp have denied attempted sabotage and insist that they had previously carried out a trial with Ian Bell standing in for Mushfiq. We believe that at the time of the trial, Ian Bell was riding on another English batsman. Mushfiq, on the other hand, was facing the disproportionate Oak tree all by himself.
In other news KP things he is back to his best form but has also criticized the Chittangong pitch. "It's not good for test cricket", KP said.
One wonders whether one can blame KP's parents for unleashing this whiney bitch on us.