'Tire therapy' in Bangladesh practice session ahead of T20 World Cup

This new theory is 'tire therapy'. It can be called a new theory in Bangladesh cricket. Pace bowling coach Allan Donald is on leave. He will join the team for the tri-series before the T20 World Cup in New Zealand. The team's pace bowling unit in the UAE is being looked after by the team's head coach, technical consultant Sridharan Sriram.

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Bangladesh will play two T20 Internationals against the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with the main target being preparation. For that purpose, the Bangladesh team are now in the elite city of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai. Before going to play, the Bangladesh team are preparing vigorously for the practice where a new theory appeared.
This new theory is 'tire therapy'. It can be called a new theory in Bangladesh cricket. Pace bowling coach Allan Donald is on leave. He will join the team for the tri-series before the T20 World Cup in New Zealand. The team's pace bowling unit in the UAE is being looked after by the team's head coach, technical consultant Sridharan Sriram.
It was under him that the pacers were seen doing a different kind of practice on Friday (September 23). A tire cut in half was being kept at yorker length. Bowlers are asked to bowl through this half tire. Mustafizur Rahman, Taskin Ahmed, Hasan Mahmud were also successful several times.
The performance of the pacers of the Bangladesh team in the death overs is not satisfactory lately. Basically, this method is applied because of this.
The team's six pacers faced this challenge in pairs of two. It began with Ebadot Hossain and Hasan Mahmud. Then Mustafizur Rahman and Taskin Ahmed, finally Mohammad Saifuddin and Shoriful Islam tried the new technique. They worked on yorkers, wide Yorkers, and good length deliveries. As soon as they passed, Sriram was praising them.