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Sabbir urges everyone to stop putting hatred!

Sabbir urges everyone to stop putting hatred!

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CRICDOT DESK : Sabbir was known as one of the most promising cricketers in the T20 edition. However, the cricketer, who has been facing various controversies, could not hold his place for long. Leaving everything behind, he has embarked on a mission to return to the national team. Fortunately, Sabbir got a team in BPL. Desperate to perform here, Sabbir said that this time he can play not only with the bat but also for Chittagong.

Sabbir has been called the ‘bad boy’ of Bangladesh due to his controversial activities on and off the field. However, Sabbir, who came to prepare for the BPL, said that these are now a thing of the past, he is not a bad boy like before. In a private TV interview, Sabbir said, “There is no such thing as a bad boy. It’s getting old now, this word doesn’t really go with me anymore. ‘

Sabbir added, ‘I am a married man now. I have family, I have family members. I hope it (Bad Boy) is never said again, I feel like something good is said. ‘

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Sabbir will play for Chittagong Challengers of BPL starting from tomorrow. Where Tiger goes to get himself back is this Marquette batsman. Sabbir said, ‘I always try to give 100%. Even playing tennis, he tries to give his all. Maybe that’s why everyone loves and supports me. Thanks to them. I hope I can return to the national team by applying the issues I have worked on in the BPL.

Doing well in BPL can also open the doors of the national team. In Sabbir’s comment, ‘Alhamdulillah BPL is starting. This is good news for us. This is a big stage for returning to the national team. Not just for me, for those who are out of the national team, BPL is a big stage for everyone. Hopefully, BPL will be good for everyone. I hope it will be better. ‘

Sabbir has played 11 Tests, 8 ODIs and 44 T20I matches for the national team in 156 List A matches. Besides, he has played 165 domestic T20s. He has scored 3536 runs at an average of 25.28. He took 19 wickets.

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