'Not alarming', says Mominul on team getting all-out below 100

Tiger captain informed they required to play aggressively taking chances in both those innings, unfortunately they gave away their wickets to opponents during the process.

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Maksud Haque
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Tigers surrendered during both the test matches against the host in South Africa due to their dismal show with the bat. Bangladesh were bundled all-out under 100 twice in the tour. But despite such struggle captain Mominul Haque is not willing to admit things as 'alarming'.
'Not alarming', says Mominul on team getting all-out below 100
The Men in Red and Green were given a target of 274 runs in Durban test. The visitors were not able reach anyway near the target, instead were bundled all-out for just 53 runs. Many assumed the incident as a accident for the sub-continent side.
But Bangladesh proved it misconception repeating the same failure even in the next game, as this time they were able to score 80 runs chasing the total yet again. Such down-fall of batting unit might have worried any captain, however Mominul is not among them. Tiger captain does not accept things as 'alarming' yet. 
He says, "I don't think so. I think this has happened many times before. People expected too much. They thought we had become the world's best team after the win in New Zealand. But it was a wrong idea."
Tiger captain informed they required to play aggressively taking chances in both those innings, unfortunately they gave away their wickets to opponents during the process.  
"Our ODI team is a stable one. Our Test team is not as balanced. But that doesn't mean we are on the shaky side. We have to adjust a few things like where to score off spin and where not," he added.
The batsman eventually confirmed the team team is concerned with such situation. He informed they faced such circumstance in past. This time as well the team will recover from the bad patch. 
Mominul concluded, "If I start sharing plan, we will need an entire day. Definitely everyone is concerned with the things. I don't think it's something we faced for the first time. We fell and recovered in the past as well. We know how to turn around from this."