NZ win indicates that Bangladesh are improving as a Test nation: Mominul
CRICDOT DESK : Bangladesh made history on Wednesday (January 5th) with its first test on Mount Maunganui, overwhelming New Zealand with eight wickets. It was also her first victory in New Zealand in all formats. Speaking of
victories, Bangladesh skipper Mominul Hake said it was important to keep the test cricket heritage in his own country, showing that the Tigers are improving as a test country.
“I can’t put my feelings into words. To be honest, I couldn’t sleep last night thinking about what would happen today. We had to win this friendly match to maintain the legacy of test cricket (to stay alive in our country), “Mominul told reporters after the match.
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” I think this is a sign that we are improving as a test country. After the Pakistan series, everyone aimed to do well in the test, and this was reflected in all three divisions.
“Everyone helped each other and the coaching team supported us a lot. Mushfiq bhai (Mushfiqur Ra him) was the most experienced and he was the most devoted and talked to me a lot. rice field. He is a very emotional person and has helped me a lot as a young captain. I got results when I played for the team and it was important, “he added. Performance of Pacemaker
” Ebadot has been very enthusiastic for the past few years. He was an Air Force volleyball player. Our coaching staff worked with him to help him bowl in the right place. We expected him to do something like this. So I’m not surprised. Our bowling coach has worked hard with him for the past couple of years, which is the result of his efforts.
New Zealand skipper Tom Latham has denied allegations that his team underestimates Bangladesh. “We know we have to show and play the cricket brand, but unfortunately we couldn’t do that for five days here.”