Ebadot’s Inspiring Speech Goes Viral World-wide
CRICDOT DESK : Ebadot Hossain-A Bangladeshi national, a member of the national air force, played a central role in helping the New Zealand cricket team make history in New Zealand on Wednesday. The pacemaker on the right caught 6 wickets in 2 innings of the first test at Bay Oval, after which the visitor broke the black cap with 8 wickets. It was a historic moment when veteran wicket-keeper batter Mushfiqur Rahim set aside from delivery from Kyle Jamieson and sealed Bangladesh’s first victory in New Zealand. After bundling the kiwi with 169, visitors chased a total of 40 runs with 8 wickets to save money.
Winner of the Player of the Game Award for bowling, Ebadot gave a speech at the post-match award ceremony and won 1 million hearts. He said the entire team had set a common goal of realizing the dream of defeating New Zealand in the backyard.
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“In New Zealand, our brothers and teams haven’t won in the last 21 years. This time we’ve set a goal. We raised our hands and said,” We’re in New Zealand on our land. You have to beat and you can do that. ”
This 27-year-old player chose a total of 7 wickets in the game and became the first Bangladeshi pacemaker to have 5 wickets in a test match for over 8 years. He acknowledged head coach Ottis Gibson for working with him.
“I’ve been working with Otis Gibson for the last two years. At home, the conditions are always flat. We’re still bowing and learning how to change the conditions. The best of stumps. I’m trying to hit the top. I had to put up with it a little to be successful, “he said.
“I am a Bangladesh Air Force soldier, so I know how to say hello. It was a long story from volleyball to cricket. I am enjoying cricket because I represent Bangladesh and Bangladesh Air Force,” Evadot said. Added.