We are looking forward to Bangladesh series: Zimbabwe captain
Back in the whites after three years, Zimbabwe, quite unexpectedly displayed outstanding resilience against Sri Lanka. Although the visitors picked the series win 1-0, the African nation exhibited brave shows in the field in both occasions.
Zimbabwe captain Sean Williams, being confident of both his team and personal performance, said they are now eagerly waiting to confront Bangladesh in the forthcoming Test matches.
‘’Unfortunately, I got sick but Brendan did a really good job there and well done to Raza. We played spin really well this series and I am looking forward to the Bangladesh series,”
Williams said. He was the batting mainstay in Zimbabwe’s first innings total of 406 runs in the drawn second Test.
Sikander Raza who was adjudged man of the match for his brilliant all-round performance, said the hard work paid off for him after missing out a number of series.
‘’I think I wanted to channel all my emotions in the right way. I just made a commitment to work hard every day after missing out on a couple of series. I try and complement bowling with batting. When I was training for this Test, I had about 200 overs under my belt. ‘’ Sikander Raza said. He scored 72 and 34 respectively in the second Test. With the ball, Raza claimed 8 wickets conceding 176 runs in the match.
Zimbabwe and Bangladesh will face each other in an one-off Test series starting on February 22 at the Sher-e- Bangla National Stadium.