After retiring from Twenty20, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, the shortest format of cricket, has been supported. And as a supporter, the country's cricketer wants to see the series scheduled next month in Sri Lanka.
Mashrafe, who retired from Twenty20 cricket last year in Sri Lanka last year, has not been able to perform the expected performance after his departure. Tigers have recently lost the T20 series against Sri Lanka at home ground.
The team led by Shakib Al Hasan will go to Sri Lanka next month. After the defeat in the home ground, the fear of Lanka tour is surrounded. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan Papon said that Mashrafe will be asked to return to T-20.
In this context, Mashrafe told Jamuna TV that, since I am not playing T-Twenty Supporter will watch the game. And as a supporter I will say that we will have to increase our mental strength further. If you can do this, the team will be able to handle them even in the worst case scenario.
Mashrafe, who was one of the best captains of the country in the shortest form of T-20 Bangladesh won 10 of the 28 matches under BCB president said from these thoughts, I think he has to give more to his Twenty20 cricket. He should play Twenty20 for a few more days.