I always try to win the match for team: Nasir

Nasir has been doing well with the bat regularly in domestic cricket for the past two seasons. He performed well with the bat in the ODI edition of the recently concluded Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL).

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At one time Bangladesh all-rounder Nasir Hossain was called Mr. Finisher. Even he made a great contribution to the rise of cricket in the country. That Nasir Hossain seemed to have disappeared. But lately, he has again been brilliant in his role as a finisher.
Nasir has been doing well with the bat regularly in domestic cricket for the past two seasons. He performed well with the bat in the ODI edition of the recently concluded Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL). He fought alone in the final. But in the end, his team could not win because luck was not in his favor.
Talking to BDCricTime, Nasir said that he was batting with tail-enders under pressure with the belief of winning. He said, “There is always an attempt to win the match for team. Even in that situation, I believed I could win with tail-enders. We needed 10 runs in the last over, I couldn't do that. Maybe it wasn't in my luck. But I tried my best.”
Batters had to struggle to score runs in this year's BCL. Nasir feels that the batters had to suffer due to the change in the behavior of the ball, “BKSP's wicket is batting friendly. This time, however, there was no even wicket. Most have been low-scoring matches. There is Premier League ahead, hopefully, there will be good wickets.”
“The kookaburra ball may have changed a bit. Earlier, after swinging the first 10 overs, it did not swing as much. But this time the seam is a little more upright, the swing is more.”