Mirage’s farewell after a stormy start

Mirage’s farewell after a stormy start
Mirage’s farewell after a stormy start

A different dimension has been added to the fight between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka since the Nidahas Trophy in Sri Lanka in 2018. After defeating Sri Lanka in Seva’s Colombo, the Bangladesh cricketers’ ‘nagin dance’ on the field, the frenzy of the Lankan spectators in the gallery, the tense situation on the field due to a ‘no’ ball and several cricketers of the two teams coming face to face, all in all, the fight between these two teams means a heated situation outside the field. This time is no exception.

In the press conference after the match against Afghanistan, Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka said that he found it easier to play Bangladesh than Afghanistan. Mustafiz is a good bowler in Bangladesh’s bowling line-up, and Shakib Al Hasan is world class, and he doesn’t look much of a threat.

In response to the Lankan captain’s words, Bangladesh team director Khaled Mahmud said in a press conference on Wednesday, “I don’t know why Dasun said this. Afghanistan is definitely a good squad in T20. He (Shanaka) said, we only have two (world-class) bowlers, right? I don’t even watch Sri Lankan bowlers.”

Sharing a video of Khaled Mahmud’s speech, Lankan legend Mahela Jayawardene tweeted, “Looks like it’s time for Sri Lanka to show the quality of their bowlers and the batsmen to show what they are like on the field…”

Later, Bangladesh keeper-batsman and cricketer Nurul Hasan Sohan, who was sidelined due to injury, wrote on social media, “We are clear favorites tonight. It is only a matter of time before we give our best in bowling, batting and fielding. Show on the field, which team is the best…”

The article is in Bengali

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