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Shamsur not giving up

Shamsur Rahman is out of Bangladesh national cricket team for a long time. The highest run-getter in Dhaka Premier League before the start of Super League stage was left out of preliminary squad in the upcoming England series. Still he is not giving up.

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Shamsur, who played 6 Tests, 10 ODIs and 9 T20Is has recently joined the High Performance (HP) Unit squad. He said on Saturday that he is happy of what he has been doing in domestic cricket.

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He said, “It feels really good when I score runs. I have been doing well in domestic leagues and I’m known for that. That is why some good teams want me in the team. This is a responsibility on me. It gives me inspiration to do well. I was the top-scorer in DPL before the start of Super League stage.”

The right-hander hoped of being called in the preliminary squad as he did well in DPL. But it didn’t happen.

“What have I done, I thought I will be in the preliminary squad. But I have nothing to do about it. My job is to do as much well I can. I think I’ve done that. If I play well, be honest, one day I will return again,” Shamsur said.

But Shamsur Rahman is not giving up yet. He further added, “It was tough all time. But I never faced this kind of tough situations like this before. I think it’s good for me. At this, everyone becomes aware of their works. Now, there are 10-12 competitors in every sections. Still it’s not impossible. The selectors will always consider if I do well.

-Ruffin, Correspondent, bdcricteam.com

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