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Despite defeating AUS-NZ, Shakib got angry on Dhaka pitch, ‘play 10-15 matches, then career will be ruined’

Shakib Al Hasan’s team defeated Australia first and then New Zealand in the recently concluded series.

Bangladesh team created history in the past while playing at Dhaka’s Sher-e-Bengal Stadium. Bangladesh defeated big teams like Australia and New Zealand in the T20 series at their home. This is the first time that Bangladesh has been able to beat such big teams back to back at home. Even after this spectacular victory, the team’s all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is not happy. Let us explain the reason for this.Also Read – IPL 2021: Jadeja, Shardul, Pujara and Moeen Ali of CSK reach Dubai without Sam Curran

Shakib Al Hasan believes that the teams of Australia and New Zealand are definitely losing in this series but the main reason behind this was the pitch. He said that such pitches can ruin the career of any big batsman. Also Read – IPL 2021: 5th Test cancelled, Delhi Capitals players arriving in Dubai from England

Shakib Al Hasan said, “Everyone who has played in the last 9-10 matches is out of form. Similar wickets have been made. No one did well. It would be better not to judge the performance of any player on the basis of these matches. If any batsman plays on these pitches for 10-15 matches, his career will be ruined. Also Read – IPL 2021: Explosive batsman Sherfane Rutherford will be seen in SRH, Aiden Markram associated with Punjab

“Whoever has been selected in the team has the ability to perform well. Our team will be in Oman for 15-16 days before the World Cup. This is enough to adapt to the conditions there. I don’t think playing on the pitches here will have any effect in the T20 World Cup. We have inculcated the idea of ​​victory in the team. Which will help us win the World Cup.”

Shakib Al Hasan said, “Me and Shakib are going to play in the UAE before this. We will share our experience of playing there with the team. Will try to understand the mindset of other cricketers regarding the World Cup and will tell the team about it.

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