Wishing for a memorable World Cup: Rubel Hossain

If Bangladesh cricket fans are to recall few historic moments, performance of Rubel Hossain against England in the World Cup would decidedly be one of them when the premier pacer shattered the stumps of James Anderson and Stuart Broad to ensure Bangladesh’s berth to the quarter final of the mega event.

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The 29-year old fast bowler is now all set to appear in his third World Cup. Being a senior performer, Rubel said he is well acquainted of his duty in the team and that he is in the saddle to take the responsibility.

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A day after national selectors announced the 15-men squad, Rubel Hossain conversed with the media, forenamed about awareness of English condition which is, however, most talked dilemma before the showpiece event.

“In England, we played a lot. So I think everyone clearly knows how to deal with the condition, specifically bowlers. Not all wickets in there are pace friendly, we will definitely have to adjust,” Rubel said.

“I hope this World Cup will be something to remember whenever I get the chance to play a match. You know teams will have to go a lot of matches so there are more chances to get through,”

he said.

Rubel further said, “All the bowlers, whether a pacer or spinner are to be included in the game plan. In those conditions, bowling quick is a fact; every team needs quick bowlers in such circumstances, it is challenge.”

“I always challenge myself. Every performer dreams to play in the World Cup. As I’m selected to represent my country in the world stage, I am ready to pour my hundred percent in the field,” the Bangladesh pacer said.

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