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We’re not concerned about the poor form of Mustafizur – Bangladesh coach


Bangladesh coach Russell Domingo says that he is not bother about pacer Mustafizur Rahman at all and also mentions Mustafizur as the match-winner.

We’re not thinking about the form of Mustafizur - Bangladesh coach

Not many days ago Mustafizur was a big threat to the international batsmen. But day by day he’s form is going down to the graph. Just in the last T20 against India in Rajkot, he was the most expensive bowler for Bangladesh. He went for 35 runs in 3.4 overs without getting any wicket.

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The 24-year old Mustafizur’s form had been poor for many days. He’s getting wickets but not the one which team wanted from him. But coach Domingo thought that the poor form of Mustafiz would come to an end soon.

“No, I’m not concerned about him at all. He’s a world-class bowler. Sometimes batsman don’t get runs in straight two or three matches. Same goes for the bowlers in this format. That’s what happens with Mustafizur too,” Domingo said.

Then he pointed out about the due fact in India and said that this made the bowlers life harder. He also expressed his confidence about the ‘Fizz’. “With the wet ball in hand, bowlers feel much pressure in India. In addition to this, the pitch has been batting friendly, also the batsmen are world-class. So that’s not a big deal for Mustafizur. We’re not thinking about it,” he said.

“He’s a match-winner for us. He’s with us for many times and the most experienced bowler in our bowling unit.”

The last and third T20 between India and Bangladesh is scheduled to take place on Sunday, November 10 in Nagpur.

 

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