Bangladesh coaches visiting Sri Lanka to witness “A” team performance

Bipin Dani

South Africa’s Russell Domingo, currely working as head coach of Bangladesh national cricket team, who was one of the favourites to replace Chandika Hathrusingha as Sri Lankan coach will be in Sri Lanka on Wednesday. But this time he is not arriving to be interviewed. 

charles langeveldt and Russell Domingo to visit Sri Lanka

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The 45-year-old new coach of the Bangladesh national team will be in Sri Lanka to oversee the performance of “A” team, now playing in Sri Lanka.

Bangladesh “A” team is scheduled to play two four-day games at MCG, Katunayake (the first was scheduled to begin from Monday) and at Galle International Cricket Stadium (30th September to 03rd October, 2019, and three ODIs’ (on 7th and 9th October at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium (MRICS) in Hambantota and on 12th October at R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo).

Speaking exclusively over telephone from Bangladesh, he said, “I am leaving on 25th September. Along with me, will be Charl Langeveldt”. 

Charl Langeveldt has been new Bangladeshi bowling coach.

“I will be in Sri Lanka till October 8. It is just to see some of our players in action”, he further added.

In his very impressive interview with the Bangladesh Cricket Board officials, Domingo did emphasize his intentions of improving cricket in Bangladesh at grassroots level.

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