Soumya eyes of big innings in the upcoming World Cup

Bangladeshi young batsman Soumya Sarkar talks about converting his innings into a big one on Thursday in Mirpur. Soumya had to tolerate much words before for not using his good start properly to build-up a big innings. He’ll work with this problem ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Currently Soumya is playing for Abahani Limited in the Dhaka Premier League (DPL) in the 50-over tournament. He played three matches and scored 33, 36, 46 runs respectively. Like Soumya, numerous national cricketers who are probably going to influence the squad for the World Cup to have picked the Dhaka League as their stage to get ready for the world occasion.

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“It is beneficial for us that we have Dhaka League for the preparation ahead of the World Cup. I am specifically taking a full arrangment at approaches to play big innings in the matches. It doesn’t make a difference what number of balls I am confronting. In the meantime, I additionally need to ensure that I am reacting as per the game circumstance,” said Soumya to the media at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Thursday.

“I should be effectively careful when I am batting in the middle of the innings so  I can clutch my wicket subsequent to scoring 30 to 40 runs. As I got out many times in the range of 20 to 40 runs. I played in the same way in the DPL too. I have to change my plannings there. I tried how to came out from this situation. In the last three innings I may have scored 40s yet I am glad since I feel my planning while batting in the middle was correct and gotout by great balls,” the Bangladesh batsman included.

Soumya made his debut in 50-over cricket back in December 2014. Just playing one match, he was given the opportunity to play in the ICC World Cup 2015. In the World Cup, Soumya played six matches and scored 175 runs at an average of 29.16 with a highest score of 51. This time he’s more experienced and matured. “I played with no pressure at that time as a junior cricketer. But this time there will surely be some pressure as I gathered much experience in the international cricket in recent years. I have to use these experiences in England too and will try to show the courage that I had during the last World Cup and the Champions Trophy,” said Soumya.

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