Bangladesh batsman Nazmul Hossain hopeful of saving Dhaka Test

Bangladesh batsman Nazmul Hossain hopes that his side can in any case save the match notwithstanding gazing at rout in the series closing second Test against Pakistan at Dhaka.

The hosts ended up in hot water when stumps were called as they wrapped up with 76/7 in answer to Pakistan’s 300/4 announced, requiring one more 25 hurries to keep away from the follow on. “I figure we can get by,” Nazmul told columnists on Tuesday.

”We need to begin well tomorrow. In the event that Shakib bhai and Taijul bhai can add a couple of more runs, it will help us in the subsequent innings. That what is unquestionably significant: we need to bat well in the subsequent innings. The wicket was troublesome. I didn’t think it is anything incomprehensible. We haven’t lost the game at this point. We actually have another day close by. We can save the game assuming we bat well. It isn’t difficult to save this game.”

Nazmul likewise upheld Bangladesh’s forceful batting approach as he felt it was a troublesome wicket to bat on and going into a shell would have barely helped them against the sightseers. “Wicket isn’t not difficult to bat on,” he noticed. “We do depend on our protection, however you can’t go through the entire day shielding the ball. You need to assault. I don’t feel we were excessively assaulting. We played our regular game.

“There was no particular arrangement. Everybody played their regular game. Everybody was forceful on the grounds that it was the sort of wicket where you were unable to keep on guarding the ball. Run scoring was significant. I think the guarded mentality gave greater chance of getting out. I think this is the reason the batsmen attempted to play shots however it didn’t fall off, tragically.

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“Execution will happen one day, one more day it will not occur. The more you can execute, the more you will be effective. I figure we will execute in the following innings. It isn’t as though we can’t play or haven’t done it previously. It simply didn’t occur today.”

In the interim, Bangladesh’s group chief Khaled Mahmud, who isn’t important for the second Test as he quit from it refering to individual reasons, attacked the batting unit for neglecting to assume the liability in the center.

“I don’t know why we were so fretful. We were not confronting Shaheen Afridi or other speed bowlers and we are fit for dealing with those sorts of spinners,” said Mahmud.

“We didn’t bat like we want to do in Tests and that is the major concerning thing. We realized we need to bat the entire day and the following day since tomorrow is our last day most likely four to four and a half meetings,” he said adding that they have sent Shakib down at seven as he got back to Test cricket sooner or later and there could have been no other spot in the batting unit for him.

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”In more limited arrangement he bats at three however in longer organization he bats at five where presently Mushfiqur is batting and in six Liton scored a century in the last game so where does he fit in and we chose to downgrade him as he is coming after a long hole,” he said.

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