My days are not over : Abdur Razzak


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Jannatul Naym Pieal

Bangladesh’s highest wicket-taker in ODIs, left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak on Thursday expressed his astonishment over not being informed of his inclusion in the BCB XI for practice match against South Africa to be played on Friday at the Khan Saheb Osman Ali Stadium in Fatullah.

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Despite being a part of 14-man squad that will play the Twenty20 warm-up match against the Proteas, Razzak claimed that he was not even concerned of that until he found the news on internet.

“I was browsing the internet when my eyes struck on the news. Later Sumon Bhai [Habibul Bashar] informed me about it after I called him for confirmation.”

Then the veterans spinner once again revealed his desire to make a return in the national team.

“I still believe that my days are not over and I am willing to fight to make a comeback.”

However Razzak also added that though he is trying to make a comeback but it has become difficult for him as he went out of the process after losing his place in the team in the wake of a below-par West Indies tour last year.

“When you work alone it is hard, I am not going through any kind of process as I am not included anywhere. But still managing to keep me rolling as I have full confidence.”