Nasir Hossain claims he is fully fit to play cricket
CRICDOT DESK : His potential career could have been much brighter. But Nasir Hossain has seen the end of his international career due to various controversial incidents outside the field. His value has also declined in the domestic league. After playing in the national league at the end of last year, Nasir is going to play in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League (DPL) this time.
Nasir, who is waiting to play for Prime Bank Cricket Club, is now practicing regularly. He spoke to reporters after the indoor practice at Sher-e-Bangla in Mirpur on Sunday. He said he forgot his personal life or anything else after coming to the field. His only goal is to win on and off the field, ‘I want to win everywhere. Since I am a player, I never play to lose. That’s my personal life, that’s off the field. So I don’t want to talk about it now. The Premier League is starting, I will talk about the Premier League. ‘
Despite not playing regularly, Nasir feels ready and fit for the DPL, ‘Of course I feel fit to play in the Premier League. Mentally fit, of course. It’s a place where batting doesn’t seem to have any other thoughts in a player’s mind. The same goes for bowling and fielding. This is my professional life. The emotional thing is personal life. This and that I never unite. Here I actually forget that thing, when I go there I forget this thing. ‘
Nasir has not been around the national team for four long years. He played his last international match in 2016 in ODI format. The 30-year-old all-rounder said of his fight to return to the national team, “I try to perform wherever I play. All cricketers like me want to play in the national team. I also want to play in the national team. But it has a process, you have to perform and play in this place. The focus is more on performing. ‘