Bangladesh Opener Tamim Iqbal withdraws himself from the T20 World Cup 2021

Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal has removed from the impending ICC T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman. ”As I didn’t play in the last 15 to 20 T20 matches, and whoever supplanted me, I don’t figure it would be reasonable on them on the off chance that I have their spot,” the southpaw noted through a video message.

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Tamim experienced a knee injury during the Test series against Sri Lanka in April-May. He along these lines missed the T20I series versus Zimbabwe and the home series against Australia. He is additionally not a piece of the Bangladesh crew for the five-match T20I elastic versus New Zealand.

”I just called board president Papon bhai(Nazmul Hasan) and boss selector Nanno bhai(Minhajul Abedin) few moments back and said that I don’t figure I ought to play in the World Cup and I am not accessible for it.

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”I think approach in perhaps the most compelling motivation, since I am not playing this configuration for quite a while and second… (knee) injury, yet I don’t imagine that is a major issue since I believe I will be alright before the World Cup,” he added.

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