We have special plan on U-19 players, says BCB chief selector

Bangladesh U19s have beaten India U19s by 3 wickets (D/L method) to take their first ever ICC Under-19 World Cup trophy on Sunday, February 9 at Potchefstroom. They knocked out India completely in the final – who entered the game unbeaten through the competition.

We have special plan on U-19 players, says BCB chief selector

It’s their first ever World Cup in their cricket history.

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Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has a special plan on the uner-19 cricketers. The chief selector of BCB, Minhajul Abedin Nannu said.

The former captain of the national team said,

“It has been noticed that there are some players in the team whose strategy is good. Akbar Ali, Mahmudul Hasan Joy, Parvez Hossain Emon and Tanzid Hasan Tamim are high enough. We have a special plan on them.”

“World Cup is always exceptional. Whether it is Under-19 World Cup or whatever the team. They have brought us the World Cup. It is a matter of great glory. Today these guys have brought, the trophy and in future others will also follow their footsteps.,” he added.

“We have already made a proposal to the selection panel, that the BCL, which is organized for Under-23 team, should organize a four-day match for them. So that their nursing is good. If we can establish them in red ball cricket, then they will be established in our cricket.”

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