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10 October, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Minhaj calls to improve bowling in longer version after SL tour

SPORTS REPORTER, Dhaka
Minhaj calls to improve bowling 
in longer version after SL tour

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) chief selector Minhajul Abedin Nannu is satisfied with the performance of the players in the just concluded four-day match series against Sri Lanka ‘A Team’, saying that they have to improve in bowling especially in the second innings of the match.

Nannu also said they have still lacking in bowling even though the bowlers took 20 wickets on the flat deck.

“Both the matches had been held on flat track. Even though batting was so good, bowling especially second innings of the two matches was not up to the mark,” said Minhajul Abedin Nannu.

“It is really tough to claim 20 wickets on flat deck. Therefore, our bowlers have to learn bowl well in the second innings. We have lacking in this place what we should need to improve to fare well in the longer version cricket,” Nannu told media.

Nannu showered praises on players to evaluate them personally the likes of players –Mominul Haque, Shadman Islam Anik, Mehidy Hasan Miraj and Ebadot Hossain Chowdhury.

“Mominul and Shadman did batting well. In bowling, Miraj bowled in right places reducing his short deliveries. Even, Ebadot has developed than the past,” the chief selector viewed.

The two four-day matches between Bangladesh ‘A Team’ and its Sri Lanka counterparts have been ended in draws. Due to rains, the first four-day match had been rescheduled and turned it to be a three-day affair.

Now the three-match one-day series will be held in the aftermath of the four-day series. The BCB brought changes in the one-day squad. Mominul Haque who led Bangladesh ‘A’ Team in the four-day series, returned home from Colombo, Sri Lanka with Shadman Islam Anik, Jahurul Islam Anik and Mehidy Hasan Miraj.

Afif Hossain Dhubo, Saif Hassan, Sheikh Mohammad Naim, Abu Haider Rony and Ariful Haque joined the team ahead of the three-match one-day series.

 

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