Mashrafe Mortaza, the captain of Bangladesh, sits among the most celebrated cricketers in the history of the country. After revamping Bangladesh’s white-ball cricket and beating the top sides of the cricketing world, the veteran cricketer has promised to give his best in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament.
The 35-year old cricketer believes that this being his last World Cup further motivates him to bring glory to the nation. However, the Jessore born stressed that he’s not carrying any personal goal which could augment the pressure for the forthcoming mega-event.
Moreover, the astute cricketer added that he sits optimistically about Bangladesh playing prodigious cricket in the 50-over tournament.
Reflecting on the 10-team competition, Mashrafe added, “This is definitely my last World Cup. I have to perform as a player, and of course, my role as captain is going to be important too. I have to fulfill my duties, but there’s nothing more I can do. I don’t have any personal goals. I never want to take any extra pressure.”