Copa del Mundo T20 – Shakib Al Hasan: Unidad de bateo de Bangladesh ‘no logramos justificarnos’

Shakib entered the crease in the 12th over and scored 11 runs off seven balls as Bangladesh needed to chase 121 runs at 14.23 runs per over. He expressed disappointment in the team’s lack of effort in the crucial stage of the tournament, with below-par scores of 140 for 8 and 146 for 8 against Australia and India. The Bangladesh top order’s poor performance continued on the Antigua pitches, where batting was supposed to be easier than on other surfaces. Shakib mentioned that the team failed to show determination in chasing India’s 196 runs in the recent game.

He emphasized the need for a stronger fight against teams like Australia and India, pointing out the team’s lack of skill and strength in the batting department. Shakib and Tamim, an expert for ESPNcricinfo, both criticized the team’s decision-making, including leaving out Taskin Ahmed and not utilizing the strengths of their bowlers effectively. Tamim also highlighted the team’s struggles on good batting pitches due to their lack of experience in such conditions.

Both players called for a long-term plan to improve the team’s performance on better wickets and suggested patience in developing both the batters and bowlers in such conditions. They emphasized the importance of adapting to different playing surfaces to enhance the team’s overall performance. Los equipos están persiguiendo 170-180, pero somos tan orientados al resultado en Bangladesh. Si tenemos un wicket muy bueno en el primer juego, en el momento que perdamos ese juego, la gente está tratando de hacer una pista amigable para los spinners. Creo que no solo los jugadores y entrenadores, la junta también tiene que salir de esa mentalidad. Perdamos por otros seis meses, pero preparémonos pistas donde los lanzadores y bateadores puedan aprender. Creo que esta es la única forma de avanzar para el cricket de Bangladesh.

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