It’s hard to become a such team that will win World Cup in 1-2 months: Taskin

Before the World Cup, Bangladesh will play a tri-series against New Zealand and Pakistan. Then from there, they’ll go directly to the World Cup venue Australia. Before leaving the country for New Zealand, pacer Taskin Ahmed was asked if Bangladesh was aiming to play the semi-finals after getting a chance to play directly in the Super 12.

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Bangladesh have been in poor form in the T20 format for a long time. For this, they have made significant changes in the team recently. There have been major changes in the coach, captain, and even the squad. However, the T20 team is not expecting big success right now. Even if the new coach and captain come, the performance of the team will not change suddenly, thinks pacer Taskin Ahmed.
Before the World Cup, Bangladesh will play a tri-series against New Zealand and Pakistan. Then from there, they’ll go directly to the World Cup venue Australia. Before leaving the country for New Zealand, pacer Taskin Ahmed was asked if Bangladesh was aiming to play the semi-finals after getting a chance to play directly in the Super 12.
In response to such questions, he accepted the harsh reality. He said, “We have dreams. Everyone is saying one thing - everyone should focus on their own development. It’s hard to become a such team that will win World Cup in 1-2 months. We can improve and fight in the championship later if not now.”
But every cricketer is pushing himself to do well. The coach and directors are also on the side with the maximum cricketers. For now, the main objective is to improve.
Taskin added, “Momentum often changes in one over in T20, be it batting or bowling. There is a lot of uncertainty. That is why there is no chance of being independent. The way everyone is practicing and the coaches including Sriram, Sujon sir, the training pattern is very good. Everyone is very serious. Everyone is trying to improve by 100 to 110 percent. If we can maintain this consistency, surely we will improve.”