For the previous few months, life has been extremely hard for Bangladesh’s opening batsman Tamim Iqbal. After experiencing a difficult time in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, the veteran cricketer was hopeful to turn the tables in the three-game ODI series against Sri Lanka.
However, the aggressive player was able to manage only 21 runs across 3 innings which added to his agony. Being installed as the stand-in skipper of Bangladesh for the white-ball series against Sri Lanka, Tamim wanted to come out of his batting shell, but all his efforts went in vain.
The 30-year old shared his disappointment as he admitted that a series of failures dented Bangladesh’s chances. Opening up about his individual performance, Tamim said that he let his team down by not performing when his unit needed him to fire.
Furthermore, the Chittagong born added that he was trying his level best, but somehow things aren’t working for him. Despite all this, Tamim revealed his plans on working on his weaknesses and coming back strong in the upcoming fixtures.