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Sixers captain wants Fizz in Big Bash


Bangladesh pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman has been a hot cake in the T20 tournaments since his first appearance in international cricket. He impressed the whole cricketing world with his unplayable cutters. [নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ বিগব্যাশ হাতছানি দিচ্ছে মুস্তাফিজকে?]

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The 21-year-old cutter master has already played in different T20 tournaments around the globe. Last year Mustafizz was brilliant in the Indian Premier League (IPL) for Hyderabad team Sunrisers Hyderabad.

The wonder boy was one of the main men behind Sunrisers winning the IPL title. He amazed everyone in the IPL with his unbelievable success and was even nominated as the “Emerging Player of the Tournament” after picking up 17 wickets .

Although Mustafizur’s experience in this year’s IPL was not much fruitful, still his IPL team mate Moises Henriques who is also the captain of BBL franchise Sydney Sixers’, is keen on seeing Mustafiz in the BBL this year for his franchise.

Recently, in an interview the inform Australian all-rounder has said, Mustafiz as well as Rashid Khan is good enough to play in the Big Bash T20 League which is considered as one the most reputed T20 tournaments. Moises also considers himself lucky to be played in the same team with Rashid and Mustafiz.

“Players such as Rashid and also Mustafizur, I’ve been lucky enough to play with both of them and they have been able to mix it with the very best in the world and I’m sure they are good enough to be in the BBL competition,” said Moises Henriques.

He further added that not signing such talented players only because of the reason that they are from the developing countries will be an unfair deal, “I think teams will be silly to pass off the opportunity to not signing guys just because they are from developing cricketing nations.”

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