Bangladesh is hopeful for cricketers Next Gen
NEW DELHI: The Bangladesh team went out into the haze of Delhi, the bleak conditions in Ferozeshah Kotla on Thursday afternoon summed up the mood at the Bangladesh camp.
Lose your star cricket player Shakib al Hasan In the face of a ban imposed by ICC, players who face forces on their board and the lack of experienced players in their ranks have had a negative impact. The Bangladeshi cricket caravan, which seemed to be crossing a road to become a force in world cricket not long ago, began to falter.
Liton Das, one of the enigmas in Bangladesh, strove to take home the point that the young group is ready to resurrect the cricket of Bangladesh. Shakib is our best player and we will miss him. But we are anxious for this series. Anything can happen in cricket. Shakib was also previously injured and we continue to play, Das told the media on Thursday.
We are well prepared. We practice for a couple of days in Bangladesh too. Hopefully, we will adapt and perform well, he said.
The interaction soon passed to the role of young people. The selectors have taken a bold step by abandoning experienced activists like Sabbir Rahman & Rubel Hossain . The team has revolved around Shakib, Mushfiqur Rahim , Tamim Iqbal & Mashrafe Mortaza . It is time for the next generation to stand up.
"Most of the players in our team are juniors & newcomers. The youngsters have been given a message that they need to perform & take more responsibility. We realize that it's not just the responsibility of the seniors to perform," Das claimed. "We are looking forward to this series. We are looking forward to the youngsters to play their natural game," he added.
In addition to a series of ODI in 2015 in which Bangladesh beat India, they have run near India but failed to close the big games. Why? What kind of question is this? It was Liton's defense before saying: India has been fortunate to win every close game. We have not been good enough to finish the matches. We will try to win those matches.
virat Kohli He has chosen to sit outside the series. He did the same when India played Bangladesh in the Asian Cup last year. Does it hurt that a player of his caliber chooses his team to rest? It is your personal decision. India also has good players besides him. We also miss our older players, he replied.