BCB Chief Believes that the Tigers Should Have Won

BCB Chief Believes that the Tigers Should Have Won

BCB Chief Believes that the Tigers Should Have Won

They only won in the first T20I match then they flopped in the last two matches

BCB President Nazmul Hassan believes that the Tigers should have won in the final T20I match in Nagpur. His side was defeated by the Men in Blue, thrashing them with 30 runs. Mushfiqur Rahim was out too soon which is why Bangladesh’s batsmen couldn’t handle the attacks of Indian bowlers.

‘We should have won the match because we were ahead till 12th over. I always thought we would win. After Mushfiq’s departure we realized, wickets fell in pairs. Two wickets in successive two balls, this is never the case. If you think about it, you are lost. This is cricket, nothing to say. It cannot be said that they played poorly, but it was not what we expected’, Hassan said. 

‘We didn’t play any series against India before. Many of the Indians I sat with today did not even imagine that there would be such a competitive series with Bangladesh’, he added.

The Bangladesh Cricket Team is set to play the first Test match on November 14 at Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore. In the cricket odds for the upcoming Test match, India (-3333.33) has greater odds than Bangladesh (+1300). Check out the latest cricket odds on Betwala.
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