‘We should come out of spin dependency’
Bangladesh has been whitewashed in the recently concluded two-match Test series against India. The Mominul Haque led side could not put any fight against the hosts India in any of the two matches as they lost both the Tests inside three days.
Whether it was with the red ball in the first Test or pink ball in the second Test at Indore, the visitors were dominated by the Indian side from the first session of the day and it remained that way as they could barely put up any fight that was needed to make a comeback.
As the wickets were pacer friendly, Bangladesh could not take any advantage of their spinners who always have played a big role in the team’s success in five-day cricket.
“We should come out of spin dependency. I think the pacers did well in the series. When they will be playing regularly at home and away at that point we can say how much they have improved. If they are given opportunities at home and abroad than I am sure they will improve,” he was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
The wickets back in Bangladesh are now being made to support the fast bowlers unlike those in the past when they were being tailor-made to help the spinners. “During the last two years, the wickets are changing in the domestic circuit. Every team is playing three to four pace bowlers and that is why our pace bowlers are coming up,” he added.