Sohan urges everyone to not talk much about Bijoy, Shanto's off-form

Naturally, after the series loss, many people are blaming these two batsmen. But Nurul Hasan Sohan is seeing this kind of performance of Bijoy and Shanto naturally. The interim T20 captain, who returned home after missing the series due to injury, feels that Bijoy and Shanto need support instead of criticism during this difficult time.

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The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) left out the senior cricketers and gave opportunities to youths, but most of them were disappointed in the T20 series against Zimbabwe. Anamul Haque Bijoy, who returned to the team after a great performance in BPL and DPL, could not prove himself, Najmul Hossain Shanto, a regular member of the team, also faded for a long time.
Naturally, after the series loss, many people are blaming these two batsmen. But Nurul Hasan Sohan is seeing this kind of performance of Bijoy and Shanto naturally. The interim T20 captain, who returned home after missing the series due to injury, feels that Bijoy and Shanto need support instead of criticism during this difficult time.
He said, “Not everyone will score runs every day in T20s. Players go through bad times and good times. Rather than commenting on someone's good or bad - I think it's important to support those who are having good times and stand by those who are having bad times.”
When Sohan was on his way to the country with an injury, the team lost to Zimbabwe in the last T20I. As a result, Bangladesh also lost the series. Sohan added, “Of course, it will feel bad. It will feel bad if you lose. I couldn't stay either, feeling bad for myself. Since I haven't watched the game, I can't comment. But everyone tried very hard from their own place.”
Due to this injury, Sohan will not be able to play in the ODI series of the Zimbabwe tour. However, he hopes that the team will turn around in the ODI series, “We are much better in ODIs than in T20s. Hopefully, we will do very well in ODIs.”