‘There is nothing to honor Mashrafe by whitewashing Zimbabwe’

Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza will return to international cricket with a three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe starting on March 1. He’s out of competitive cricket since the England World Cup last year.

'There is nothing to honor Mashrafe by whitewashing Zimbabwe'

He is the one who will lead the team. He was not on the Sri Lankan tour which was played after the World Cup.

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However, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) President Nazmul Hassan Papon has already announced that this will be the last ODI series of Mashrafe as captain. If he wants to continue playing, he will have to get a place after passing the fitness test.

Many people think this is going to be the last series of Mashrafe’s career. However, according to pacer Al-Amin Hossain, there is nothing to honor the best captain of Bangladesh by whitewashing Zimbabwe.

“Mashrafe contributes a lot to our cricket,” he said.

“He is a captain who can inspire players. In his presence, the atmosphere of the dressing room changes. The Tigers have had a lot of success with his hands. Cricket has reached a unique height in the country.”

According to Al-Amin, there should be a huge arrangement to say goodbye to Mashrafe. He deserves it. BCB should take care of this.

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