Mehedi Hasan Miraz’s international career is still very young. But already he has showcased his talent in all three formats of the game for Bangladesh. And recently he has started to shine with the bat as well.
But ahead of Bangladesh’s next two major missions, first the tri-nation series in Ireland and then the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England and Wales, Miraz is concerned about the conditions, and believes the different English condition could make his life difficult. [Read also: Mustafizur decides to stay India for few more days]
Miraz said, “Picking up wickets at ease won’t be easy when you are bowling in the English condition. You will have to bowl at the right areas, and make the batsmen puzzled. Only this way you can find success.”
He also added, “Not only in bowling, but I will try to do well with the bat also. Recently I have done well in batting. So I will be trying to keep up the consistency. I will play in the way my team will want me.”
Bangladesh national cricket team will leave for England on April 26, and they will hold a 10-day conditioning camp in Sussex before heading to Ireland for the tri-series against Ireland and New Zealand.
– Jannatul Naym Pieal, Correspondent, bdcrictime.com