After recording an epic victory against West Indies in the tri-series final, Bangladesh sits extremely confident of emulating their success in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament. In a run-feast, a middle-order collapse was followed by the prowess of the talented batsman Mosaddek Hossain who rescued Bangladesh with a 24-ball unbeaten 52.
Producing a special innings did a world of good to the sagacious batsman’s confidence as he is now aiming to deliver on true batting surfaces of England. Reflecting on the forthcoming mega-event starting from May 30 in England and Wales, the 23-year old added that his bunch is carrying immense confidence into the 10-team tournament.
The Mymensingh born was exhilarated to deliver on a crucial occasion and now his agenda is to repeat similar performances in the 50-over competition. Highlighting the flat tracks of England, Mosaddek added he would like to record similar innings which are scored at a brisk rate. Bangladesh will start their World Cup campaign against South Africa on June 2 at London after the warm-up games against Pakistan and India.