While Bangladesh won only 2 of their 6 games of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, but the quality of cricket has been from the top drawer. In all the contests, Bengali Tigers were witnessed giving their best shots which made the fans proud as they are now hopeful to see the unit making it to the semis.
Skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has recently dissected Bangladesh’s bowling woes as he believes that the lack of early wickets is denting their progress. The recent 48-run defeat at the hands of Australia was particularly mentioned as the 35-year old added that removing top three early would have never allowed Kangaroos to score big.
However, the audacious leader was proud of the way his team is expressing themselves in the ongoing mega-event in England and Wales. The Jessore born also reflected on the forthcoming games of the competition as he vowed to strive hard and give his all. Bangladesh’s next World Cup fixture will take place on June 24 against Afghanistan at Southampton.