Cricketers are responsible for poor performance, says BCB chief selector

Bangladesh national team cannot get out of failure at all. While the young cricketers are waiting to return home after winning the World Cup, Mominul Haque’s team is back in home with much shame.

Cricketers are responsible for poor performance, says BCB chief selector

After the dismal performance in Rawalpindi Test after the T20I series failure against Pakistan, there raised many question- what is the main problem, is Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) responsible for that failure etc.

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BCB chief selector Minhajul Abedin Nannu, however, didn’t not see any fault in BCB. He had blamed the cricketers for the poor performance in the last few months.

“Performance is all about on the players. As far as the facilities are concerned, they are getting everything. There is no shortage of long-range cricket. First-class cricket is going on. BCL matches have also been played before departing (Pakistan). Even everyone has performed. It’s not like that you haven’t played a four-day match but you’ve been sent for playing a five-day match,”

Nannu said.

It should be noted that Bangladesh were defeated in the first Test of the two-match series in Rawalpindi by an innings and 44 runs. Bangladesh could not even score 250 runs in the first innings. The situation was worse in the second innings than in the first innings.

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