Every match is turning point: Nasir

Nasir Hossain, a player who was a regular starter in the team is now fighting hard to get a place in the team. Though he is performing consistently in domestic cricket, he is still not getting chance in the National team.

Few days ago, the batting all-rounder scored 295 runs in the National league. But Nasir’s arrival in Cricket wasn’t too easy. In a recent interview with country’s leading newspaper Prothom Alo, Nasir revealed some hidden stories of his life.

Nasir took part in a U-13 tournament sponsored by ‘Milo’. A fan asked was that the turning point of his career? He sasid: “No, it wasn’t my turning point. There were many turning points. I am playing cricket since 2001, I am playing since 16 years. My every match is turning point. The tournament you are talking about, I was left out from the squad,”

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“If you talk about the turning point, then I will say the two practice matches I played before playing for the National team was the turning point. I scored a hundred and 95 in those matches. After these two innings, I got called up in the National team.”

Nasir also shared he was heartbroken after being left out from the squad of the U-13 tournament: “I stopped eating for 3-4 days. I felt very bad. It’s obvious to feel bad. I was 13 then. Leg spinner Tanbir Hayder was also with me. Then I got chance in BKSP.”

After cricket, Nasir likes to watch cinema too. He also revealed that once he got so emotional that he started crying while watching a movie in the Aeroplane: “I was coming back from Canada. It was a Bengali movie. I cried a lot. I hide myself with a blanket. After some moments, I noticed that no one is seeing me. Then I wiped my tears with the blanket (laughs).” 

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