‘Bangladesh should take care of Mustafiz’ says Warner

'Bangladesh should take care of Mustafiz' says Warner David Warner, the Vice captain of Australia, emerged into the scene with a wonderful hundred in the third day of the second and last Test against Bangladesh at the port city Chittagong, guiding his team to take a handy 72 run lead at stumps.

After the day’s play, Warner, who was dislodged by young pacer Mustafizur Rahman, appreciated the youngster and advised Bangladesh what to do with the prodigy.

“To me, Mustafizur is a very good bowler. I think Bangladesh should take proper care of him,” Warner said.

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“You have to look after of your pacers and you have to throw special importance to a pacer who could be your number one strike bowler in the team, whether it be in Test cricket, one day international cricket or T20,” Warner recommended.

Delivering high praise for Mustafizur, on his 22nd birthday, David Warner who is once the team mate of him in Sunrisers Hyderabad, said, “Mustafizur is an exceptional bowler, whether he would play in one format, two formats or all three formats should be decided by himself. And he should take preparations regarding to that.”

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