Every cricketer has a dream to do well in World Cup: Saifuddin
Bangladesh all-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin is determined to do well in the upcoming World Cup if he gets an opportunity.
Every player’s dream is to play in the World Cup and make their name big in cricket’s biggest event. With all-rounder Saifuddin, it is no different.
Saifuddin is currently a vital member in the Bangladesh squad as he is the only bowling all-rounder in the side. And his attributes can come in handy in the wickets in England.
However, the all-rounder aces a race against time as he tries to prove his fitness ahead of the World Cup. He opted to play in the Dhaka Premier League for his side Abahani Limited instead of getting his injured right elbow looked at.
Saifuddin also did not follow Chandramohan’s instructions who said him to not participate in the DPL and take an injection which would see him out of the field for at least three wickets.
With everyone concerned about his fitness and his chances of making it to the World Cup, Saifuddin himself is currently focusing only on DPL.
“To be honest, I am not thinking about the World Cup. I am concentrating on the DPL right now. When I get the World Cup ticket after the announcement of the squad I will think about it.”
He also talked about his goals and his dreams for the upcoming World Cup if he gets an opportunity.
“Every cricketer has a dream to do well in World Cup. If I get the chance, naturally it will be a dream come true. The platform will be good to showcase our talent, specially who are new in the team. If we can do well, it will be good for us because we will get a lot of chances in the future.”
“The ICC event is batting friendly and often we have seen that it produces runs around 300. So it will be challenging and because it will be played by the best batsmen of the world, the challenge is even greater. I am ready to take the challenge,” Saifuddin concluded.