Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal who was the third highest run-getter in the recently concluded ICC Champions Trophy, believes there is no end to learning and achieving and he also has claimed that he is big believer of that. [বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ ‘শেখার এবং অর্জন করার কোন শেষ নেই’]
The southpaw has been going through tremendous for past three years as he averages 52.11, scoring 1772 runs in 38 matches. So he was asked if he was going through the best phase of his career.
But the reply from Tamim was very interesting : “Maybe, but I think there is still a lot to offer. No doubt I have been playing well in the last two- three years and scoring a lot of runs.” But I still believe that I have a lot more to offer.”
The dashing left-hander further added, “I am also preparing to carry on with this phase longer and utilize this momentum. There is no end to learning and achieving — I am a big believer of that.”
Tamim who made his appearance in international cricket in 2012 also said that the experience of playing cricket in international arena for the past 12 years helped him the most.
“I think what helped me most is the 12 years of experience in international cricket.Another thing is the recent success of the Bangladesh team. When you are confident as a team it has a positive impact on your game and the self-belief gets higher when you see another guy playing well,” he concluded.
– Nazmus Sajid Chowdhury, Contributor, bdcrictime.com