Young star Mohammad Saifuddin, who had a pretty rough start in International cricket he will get better with time. The bowling all-rounder has played 3 ODIs and 6 T20Is for Bangladesh so far with only 1 wicket and 4 wickets respectively under his belt.
Saifuddin said in a press conference on Sunday: “I am very young and inexperienced too. Bowlers like me will learn with time.”
But not getting wickets isn’t the problem he is facing, the main problem is his line and length. He said: “It is getting difficult to maintain my line and length. My main strength is yorker, it isn’t happening too. I think my time is going bad. Its true that, every cricketer passes such time in their career. I think its happening in the beginning of my career.”
When asked about the different of International cricket and domestic cricket: “Domestic cricket has a big difference with International cricket. All the great players play in one team. They don’t miss any opportunities (bad deliveries) they are given in International cricket.”
He added: “Actually the pressure is different in both the areas. The wickets are different too. But it won’t be fair to blame the wicket. I bowled badly.”
Saifuddin also said he is hopeful to find himself back in form: “I am waiting for that day. I believe I will find myself very soon. The bad days will soon fade away.”