Nobody would have believed the scoreline two weeks ago – Domingo

Bangladesh coach Russell Domingo heaps praises for his side players ahead of the third T20 against India on Sunday and says that there is good chance of winning the series for his team.

Nobody would have believed the scoreline two weeks ago - Domingo

It’s been a histrionic couple of weeks for Bangladesh cricket. Which started with the strike of the players which made the cricket standstill for some days. It continued for three days but after that another problem came as Shakib Al Hasan was criticized publicly for not taking the board’s approval for a sponsorship deal. And then the main blast came as Shakib Al Hasan was banned for one-year for concealing match-fixing issues.

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Among these problems, there also created a doubt over Bangladesh’s visit to India. But finally they visited India and also beat India in the first T20 by a big margin of 7 wickets which gave the cricketers ease obviously alongside with the fans and supporters.

“It has been a tough couple of weeks before this visit, however the players deserve a ton of credit. The energy and desire they have appeared over the most recent ten days has been awesome. They were eager to attempt new things. They are playing against a quality side away from home. If somebody said to us two weeks back that we will be one-all coming into Nagpur, nobody would have believed it,” Domingo said.

“So we are pretty happy where we are, and it is an extraordinary open door tomorrow. The folks are truly energized by it. By the day’s end, India are probably the best side in the world. Nobody gave Bangladesh a possibility, yet we think if we play to our potential, we get an opportunity tomorrow.”

The last and third T20 between India and Bangladesh is scheduled to take place on Sunday, November 10 in Nagpur.

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