From the past two years, Tamim Iqbal has been in the form of his life and he started the new year from where he left. Bangladesh won their first two matches of the tri-nation series against Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka respectively and Tamim made an immense contribution in both of the matches.
The opener scored 84 runs in both of the matches. He failed to score hundred in the first match due to the low score posted by Zimbabwe but he had opportunity to score a hundred in the next match but he failed and felt short off 16 runs.
Failing to convert the 70-80s to hundred, this has been a problem for Tamim from a long time and the batsman himself is disappointed because of this.
Ahead of their third match against Zimbabwe on Tuesday, Tamim said in the press conference: “To be honest, it feels very bad sometimes. I should have scored more centuries. My target is now to take my number of centuries into two digit as quickly as possible.”
Tamim added: “It looks good to see two digit, it feels good to hear too. I have played more than 170 matches. I scored 40 fifties. When I think, I feel disappointed. I should have scored more centuries.”