Mushfiq hopeful for more bilateral series in India

The Bangladesh Cricket Team has returned home after the end of a historic tour from India. Tigers reached Dhaka airport on Tuesday. Captain Mushfiqur is hopeful for regular hospitality from BCCI from now on. [Read Also: ভারতের বিপক্ষে আরো বেশি সিরিজ খেলতে আশাবাদী মুশফিক]

Hyderabad test did not suffered any group. There was a decent crowd of almost 10 thousands in the fifth day of the match. The broadcasters earned huge profit as the match progress almost to its end. The match was no less competitive overall. so are we going to see Bangladesh more often in India after wait of 16 long years ?
Mushfiqur was shaking hand with opponent
Mushfiq admitted India test was a big lesson.
The question was asked to the president of Hyderabad Cricket Association. He yesterday replied, “We are pleased to host Bangladesh. We want to welcome them again in this stadium in near future.’
The Indian Journalists also were impressed with the cricket of the Tigers. They revealed the Indian Cricket Board is planning to host a tri- series with Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in December this year, if the scheduled bilateral series with Pakistan gets cancelled due to political pressure.

Mushfiqur Rahim, Captain of Bangladesh Test Cricket Team was not shy to express his desire to be playing in India again in his career.

He said. “It is my desire to play against India in Indian soil before I retire. I will be privileged if my wish comes true. Obviously I believe it was a good learning for us.

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Speaking to the media after ending Hyderabad Test, Bangladesh Test captain Mushfiq also admitted India test was a big lesson for each Bangladesh cricketer.

Mushfiq added, “They are top-ranked team and we can learn from their on-flied and off-field attitude. We can follow their game plan, strategy and more from this Test. We fought hard to save the Test. Overall I am satisfied. In the near future hopefully we will come up with a better performance”.

Bangladesh, playing their first Test on Indian soil since gaining five-day status in 2000, were unable to end India’s unbeaten stretch of 19 games since 2015.


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  • Maksudul HAQUE, correspondent, bdcrictime


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