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You guys will break many records: Tamim to Liton, Soumya


Bangladeshi opener Liton Das and Soumya Sarkar is undoubtedly the next biggest asset for Bangladesh. This pair will set the sail after some days, it’s obvious to say. Bangladesh ODI skipper Tamim Iqbal also thinks that both of them will be record holder for Bangladesh.

You guys will break many records: Tamim to Liton, Soumya

He said this in front of them and expressed how much faith he has on them and how much appreciate he does. Tamim Iqbal is hosting live sessions with fellow teammate and foreign players to cheered up the fans from the monotonous time of cricket Vacancy.

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On Saturday night, Tamim hosted live session with 3 Bangladeshi batsman Including Mominul Haque, Soumya Sarker and Liton Das. Although Taijul joined at one stage as a host in the live session. Tamim expressed his ideology about Liton and Soumya in the live session.

Currently Tamim Iqbal is holding most of the records for Bangladesh cricket. Recently he has lost his record for individual highest record to Liton. He held the record for a long period of time. He scored that record innings against Zimbabwe in 2009. He scored 154 in that match. Tamim scored 158 in the last Zimbabwe series in March and led another record. After 3 days, Liton Das scored 176 which crossed Tamim’s previous two records.

Tamim wanted to know about the innings and praised the duo by saying, “Actually you guys are that type of player who can break these records. You can have my words. God has gifted you with such talents for Bangladesh. Maybe you see sometimes I used to mock and criticise you. But the more you will play for Bangladesh the more you will achieve as a record. Seven years later you will see my prophecy,” Tamim said to Liton and Soumya.

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