One performance is usually not enough to change a player, but when that single performance delivers a nation’s first silverware in a multi-team event, exceptions cannot be helped but made.
Mosaddek Hossain’s inclusion in Bangladesh’s World Cup squad raised eyebrows because the 23-year-old
Bangladesh had already secured their place in the ODI tri-series final ahead of yesterday’s match against hosts Ireland and so, it was expected that the team management would field an experimental playing eleven.
Given that the 17-member squad was stretched to 19 following the introduction of Taskin Ahmed
It is a sweet headache at times when you cannot pick all the players who are performing, and now is such a time for the Bangladesh national selectors.