Saifuddin urges media not to affect his career
CRICDOT DESK : Pace all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin was a regular member of the national team in white ball cricket. He was out of the field for five long months due to injury. Although he expressed interest in playing BPL as a batsman, he did not get a place in the draft.
After recovering from that injury, Saifuddin is returning to Dhaka Premier League (DPL). The goal is to return to the national team after playing good cricket. However, the pace all-rounder, who is having a hard time with injuries, is not thinking about the national team at the moment.
He told the media on Monday that he had to fight alone for five months after the injury. “He is not in the national team now,” he said. Not even thinking about the national team. I will think when I return. I have been out of the field for the last five months. No coaching management of the national team contacted me. If I feel the need, I will talk about the national team. ‘
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Saifuddin will play in Abahani in DPL which started this month. “No one has a hand in performance and injury,” he said. No one can say out loud, I will not get injured. You have to keep the process right for the return. The rest is in the hands of fate. I was out of the field for 6-7 months due to injury. No one will be able to say it will not come again. ‘
Saifuddin was in his home district of Feni at the time of the injury. He got fit there and fought to return to cricket. He did not get the help of the coaches to return to the field, he did not get the fitness facility of BCB. Everyone was busy with the national team, HP, Bangladesh Tigers. Did not find friends, colleagues. As if he had said with a sigh of relief, behind the eyes (national team) means behind the mind!