Bangladesh Cricket team opener Tamim Iqbal Khan is in sublime form.The bastman missed out on glorious opportunity to score back to back hundreds for only five runs, after getting out at the score of 95 against the Australia, followed by a blistering 128 runs against the host. The opener after missing out on the century has said that he is learning from every knock he plays.
Tamim who is Cardiff with his team has said, “There is something to be learned from each innings. It is very important to make that use in the next match. There is no value if you do not make use of it. I always try to learn from every knock of mine and apply it in the next match.”
Tamim Iqbal is passing a great time with the bat for last couple of years, especially in the One Day internationals. He had four centuries in his first 129 innings, whereas since the ICC World Cup 2015 he has already scored five more hundreds in just 29 innings at an average of 59.53 runs.
Despite his current form he never forgets his period of lack of form in the past. He said, “The last two years have been great for me. But I still make mistakes and will do in the future as well. But the thing is everytime I get the chance to help my time I always try to grab it. I am doing well now, but might fail tomorrow and make comeback the day later. But whenever I do, I will try to make my team win.”
The elegant left handed opener has scored 223 runs in the first two matches of the ongoing ICC Champions Trophy 2017, while the rest of the Bangladesh squad have managed to score only 246 runs– a mere 23 runs more than the overall tally of Tamim.
- Maksudul HAQUE, Correspondent, bdcrictime