Narail Kantho Desk: Bangladesh had lost Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah, their three most experienced batsmen, by the 33th over against India. To arrange a recuperation of note, they required a supernatural occurrence. If not that, the following best thing they could have sought was after the last perceived batsman, Mosaddek Hossain, to at any rate bat through the rest of the overs and suppress any questions about the legitimacy in his determination.
But, Mosaddek went for a trudge clear over the line in the 34th over, just dealing with an edge to MS Dhoni and gifting Ravindra Jadeja his fourth wicket in his last finished.
The decision of shot given the condition of the match and the way that he had got his eye in, having devoured 42 conveyances was poor. In any case, his expulsion was just a section in a book of sketchy shots played with even less conviction, beginning with the openers Liton Das and Nazmul Hossain Shanto, who were out pulling and excoriating at an away-moving conveyance, individually.
Liton has now bombed in three innings since supplanting Anamul Haque, who had additionally flopped in seven innings opening the batting this year. Center request batsman Mohammad Mithun, who inspired with a fifty against Sri Lanka in the competition opener, has additionally decreased since, leaving Bangladesh with little to cheer about.
Shakib and Mushfiqur were no special case to these thoughtless activities either, likewise out to strokes unbecoming of their experience. Shakib had struck Jadeja for continuous limits however was gotten on the breadth next ball as he neglected to detect a conspicuous field change – Shikhar Dhawan was moved to square leg – to counter that specific shot. Mushfiqur, who was stuck on 21 off 44 balls with only one four, was gotten off a confounded turn around clear trying to break the shackles. While both batsmen had motivation to raise the stakes, given how Bangladesh’s propensity for getting secured in the center overs was a noteworthy contributing variable in their misfortune to Afghanistan on Thursday, they could have picked smarter scoring alternatives.
Then again, spectators would property botches submitted by Mosaddek, Liton and even Mithun to inability, however it is imperative to take note of that Mithun has been around the senior group since 2014, and both Liton and Mosaddek have additionally been around for a long time now.
Mithun has been a productive local batsman who, until the point that this Asia Glass, had been given the “about man” tag in Bangladesh cricket. His disappointments were credited to sporadic chances, thus when his supporting demonstration with Mushfiqur in the Asia Container opener demonstrated match-winning, Bangladesh would have been satisfied. However, that delight was fleeting.
Liton’s low scores in this competition are less excusable. He was singled out the back of T20 frame and Test guarantee over the most recent a year. He is very appraised by Bangladesh’s senior cricketers, yet mentors have routinely thrown questions on his ability to revise botches in his batting system and considering. One mentor had even remarked that it would take “a year of concentrated work in the nets to dispose of his club cricket mindset”.
Mosaddek, until the point when his eye condition a year ago, had been an overwhelming run-scorer in local rivalries clarified by three twofold hundreds in five star cricket and his commitment to Abahani’s – the best Dhaka group framework club practically identical to Surrey or New South Ribs – accomplishment in the household one-day rivalry.
Tamim Iqbal, Mosaddek’s commander at Abahani in 2016, had incredible things to say in regards to him, and Mosaddek’s Test make a big appearance innings against Sri Lanka a year ago appeared to support each word.
Be that as it may, the eye condition kept him out for quite a while after the Bosses Trophy, and from that point forward he has not been the same Mosaddek who began so splendidly in Test cricket. Batting out of position has been a noteworthy issue for him yet here he had a chance to bat long, coming in with more than 30 overs left. Be that as it may, from the minute he exited, there was a perceivable absence of purpose, which in the long run exposed the unadulterated truth at an awkward hour, when Mahmudullah had recently fallen and Jadeja had only five conveyances left in his spell. In that sense, his rudderless methodology was to some degree significant of the battles of Bangladesh’s young batsmen over the most recent two years.
- by espncricinfo.com