The Bangladesh Cricket Board will evaluate the disappointing performance of their women players in the ICC World Twenty20.
The expectations were high for the Bangladesh women’s team as they had done consistently well in the past. However, they failed to win a single game in the ICC World Twenty20. They won the practice game against Pakistan and still failed to come home victorious. With that, the BCB assured that there will be some forthcoming changes which will ensure a change in their coaching staff.
BCB women’s wing chairman Shafiul Alam Chowdhury said, ‘We will certainly sit to assess our disappointing performance in the ICC World T20 once everything get normal. We were expected to sit earlier to find out the reason behind the World Cup debacle but failed to do so due to the coronavirus pandemic’.
Some of the changes will include head coach Anju Jain to whom the BCB had not been impressed with. Jain’s bossiness is also being looked at as something which had brought harm to the team. It also led to the demotion of Rumana Ahmed who was asked to play down the team’s batting order.
As of now, the team’s upcoming matches remain to be uncertain amid the outbreak of COVID-19. Among those which had been affected is their qualifying ODI match in Sri Lanka for the 2021 World Cup. To know more about ODIs and other cricket formats, head over to Betwala.
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