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Bangladesh concerned about mis-fielding in Centurian


CRICDOT DESK : Looking at the Bangladesh cricket team, the skeletal image of fielding came to light. From the T20 World Cup, the team management, the coaching staff or the team captain’s field of concern is the fielding. That problem could not be overcome even in the latest Afghanistan series.

Left-arm spinner Nasum Ahmed said of the catch miss practice in the T20 World Cup that the ball moves quickly due to the height. That is why it is difficult to catch. He further added that the issue was not an excuse. However, there was a question as to why Bangladesh could not win if the other team could overcome that height.

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Before leaving for South Africa, ODI captain Tamim said he was not too worried about the team’s batting and bowling. But you are thinking about fielding. He believes that the team needs a place of trust. Tamim said Rajin Saleh, who is the fielding coach in the Afghan series, has done a lot on the issue.

This time before the one-day series against South Africa, Tiger head coach Russell Domingo has to talk about that fielding concern. Bangladesh will play two in Centurion and one ODI in Johannesburg. The coach is worried about the height of the two stadiums. According to him, height catch can put the team in danger.

Domingo told the media on Wednesday, “Wherever you do fielding, the ball is the same in New Zealand or Bangladesh. You have to catch it. Of course the height here is a little higher. The ball goes fast. It doesn’t look like much of a difference. “

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