Another day and another fresh controversy involving Shakib Al Hasan has emerged.
After returning to the country, Shakib not being in a 14-day quarantine and being out at a public event had made the news.
And now, the results of the fitness test that Shakib took is under the scanner.
On Wednesday morning, a source claiming anonymity revealed the beep test results of Shakib saying it's 13.7.
The score was widely reported by media all across the country as the highest score during the fitness tests ahead of the Twenty20 tournament.
But according to Bangladesh Cricket Board's (BCB) chief selector Minhajul Abedin, that is not correct.
He said that "Shakib scored close to the pass mark" of the beep test set by the BCB which is 11.
Minhajul in a video message on Wednesday, said, "Shakib has given the test today. He is very close to the benchmark set by the trainers. They are satisfied with his fitness," he mentioned.
Which means that the ace all-rounder did not in fact even pass the beep test or get a score close to 11.
And thus, misinformation from the source has led to the latest controversy involving Shakib.
Cricketers have been taking part in the beep test over the last two days to prove their fitness ahead of the tournament and only a handful managed a score of 12.
Shakib looked a lot leaner during his time away from cricket and that was the case even recently when he went to train at the BKSP during the nigh end of his ban.
But he admitted that he had put on some weight after his return from the ban and wasn't as fit as he was during his last visit to the country.
BCB's fitness trainer Tushar Kanti was full of praise for the 33-year-old and told The Business Standard: "Shakib is in excellent physical condition. I've never seen him get such a high score before. This is the result of hard work."
He also admitted that these things from Shakib don't surprise him: "We all know he's cut above the rest. Same applies for Mushfiqur Rahim. Them getting high marks is not surprising,"