Bangladesh ‘A’ suffered a horrible batting collapse in their four-wicket defeat against West Indies ‘A’ in the first unofficial ODI of the three-match series at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in St Lucia on Tuesday.
Bangladesh 'A' batter Saif Hassan survived the test of patience after batting for almost five hours as the visitors avoided getting bundled out against hosts West Indies 'A' on another rain-affected day of the second and final four-day match at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground in St Lucia on Thursday.
Batter Mohammad Mithun pointed out bowlers’ inability to bowl in the right areas as the main shortcoming of the Bangladesh ‘A’ side on the second day of their first four-day match against hosts West Indies ‘A’ in Saint Lucia on Friday.
Bangladesh 'A' began their tour of the West Indies on a familiar note resembling the national team as the Mohammad Mithun-led side suffered a top order batting collapse against the West Indies 'A' on a shortened opening day of the four-day match in Saint Lucia on Thursday.
Much has been said about Bangladesh cricketers’ ability to handle the external issues, especially concerning those who either go through an extended lean patch or become out-of-favour from the national side.
Bangladesh A team traveling to West Indies will be captained by Mohammed Mithun, selector Abdur Razzak informed during a press conference today.
The concern regarding how to fill the gap when the team’s best player misses out on a tour or series is a perennial one. Bangladesh have travelled to Sri Lanka to play a three-match ODI series against the hosts sans star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, who was granted a break by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)
Just a few miles from the Bangladesh team hotel in Southampton, the World Cup’s lowest-ranked team was giving the overwhelming