Fifty percent is still left for proper bowling: Taskin

Taskin Ahmed, who had a very poor tour in South Africa has come back strongly in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) and he was also elected man of the match against Rangpur Riders after a match winning performance.

The right arm pacer wasn’t spending a good time with the ball for a long time after he had to change his action. After a lot of days he has find his rhythm and bowled an amazing spell. He got 3 wickets and conceded 31 runs in 4 overs.

After a match winning performance, Taskin said: “I tried in South Africa tour. The more I am playing, the more I’m getting experience. The things I tried today are actually from the mistakes I learnt.”

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“Now If I say that I learnt a lot, it is actually not like that. I have only learnt 50% of proper bowling, more 50% is left. I’m working on that. I am learning from seniors like Mashrafe and Rubel bhai. Others help me too,” he added.

The turning point of the match Ravi Bopara’s run out and Taskin gives credit to the football practice sessions for that: “My luck was good. Bopara’s run out was crucial. We play football a lot during national team’s practice sessions. We are now actually used to football and that helped me to do that run out.” 1 of 1

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