In the last West Indies for Bangladesh in 2014, pacer Al Amin Hossain hooked the attention and appreciation becoming the highest wicket taker for the team; in the three match one day international series, Al Amin Hossain bagged 10 wickets.
Rounding the years, the 28 year old pacer stripped out of merely any possibilities of getting back into the national team, he is not even in High Performance Unit or BCB bowling squad.
In an interview with one of the online portals, Al Amin assembled his fate for the time being and still carrying hopes to make a return.
He said, “It is very painstaking not to be with the team. But there is nothing to be done also. I became a victim of situation.”
When he was asked whether there are any other reasons except the performance not to be considered, Al Amin Hossain said, “I never thought of that. I am not bright in my performance like the way I was in the beginning of my career. Perhaps this is the reason why the board is not taking me into consideration anymore.”
Al Amin also casted aside any kind of personal issue in this regard.
The lanky pacer also groaned about the lack of opportunity to practice outside the national team camp.
“It becomes whole lot easier to stay fit and get into practice when someone is in the national team camp because everything is organized there. Now I myself have to do pick all fitness and practice,” he said.