Tamim Iqbal did not get the benefit of the perfect match. However, his ‘counterpart’ Kushal Perera’s bat but with a new victory, Sri Lanka ended the tour of Bangladesh this time. In the sixth century of his career, Perera took the team’s innings to such a height that it is unbeatable for Bangladesh in this series with the slow wicket of Mirpur. After 256 and 246 runs, Bangladesh stopped at 198 runs yesterday. Despite winning the series 2-1 at this rate, Tamim Iqbal is not free from the worry of not being able to collect the highest points from the home field.
kalerkantho However, the Bangladesh captain was dissatisfied with another reason. He heard a few words from umpire Sharfuddaula Ibn Shahid on the field with his out. The umpire decided to lbw against him in Dushmant Chamira’s wide yorker. Tamim immediately asked for a ‘review’. In the replay, it is seen that the ball is getting close to the time when his bat hits the ground. So there is no way to understand ‘spike’ at bat-ball or bat-ground. In these cases, the TV umpire has to give a verdict in favor of the decision of the field umpire. This is the rule of ‘Decision Review System’. There is a lot of controversy about the ‘VAR’ of football. Cricket’s DRSO occasionally sparks controversy.
But Bangladesh lost the match with this one decision – the Bangladesh team should not think so. Naeem Sheikh caught the slip while playing in the second ball of his game. His outing is like a repetition of the previous day’s preparations. Naeem was seen being defeated in front of the indoor net bowlers that day. However, neither the coach nor the team management of Bangladesh saw it. Then they are busy catching the mistake of the majestic government in the net.
That gentleman did not play yesterday. Naeem, who was promoted from standby after the second ODI, joined the main squad. It meant that the team management wanted Naeem to replace the failed Liton Das. But seeing the interest of the coaching staff towards him and Soumya in the practice of the next day, it seemed the opposite উল it was not Naeem who was called in from outside, Soumya in the main squad was the choice of the team management. So the question is, how did Naeem, who is on the waiting list, join the main team? Understandably, there will be a Daisara explanation in the form of a notification on this charge, it is not impossible to have some gossip in that explanation. But the bigger problem is that the ‘opening puzzle’ of Bangladesh remained. Tamim and others — these ‘others’ will keep coming around. Liton, Soumya, Naeem or any other day.
Solving timeless problems is a long process. After such a long break, Shakib Al Hasan is taking time to get relief at bat. The superstar, who has been out of cricket for more than a year after being banned and injured, has a fifty in Tests and ODIs. But Shakib is not in a familiar rhythm. Practiced extra time, didn’t work. That’s why he didn’t bat in last night’s practice. That did not match the benefits. Chamira was caught while playing pool. After losing 2 wickets for 9 runs, the path of Bangladesh became narrower with the departure of Tamim.
In such a situation there is a pairing. That pair of yesterday’s match is that of Mushfiqur Rahim, who fulfilled the batting responsibility of Bangladesh in this series, and Mosaddek Hossain, who is fighting to prove himself. The duo put on a 56-run stand for the fourth wicket, adding to the pressure on the run rate. However, in modern cricket, there is an ‘approval’ to play T20 by dragging the game to the end. Along with Mahmud Ullah, Mosaddeq has also made fifty on the way to keep the hope alive. But after that he became the victim of Ramesh Mendis. The Sri Lankan offspinner, who made his debut yesterday, also picked up Mushfiqur before Mosaddeq. The rest is Mahmud’s fight alone. It is almost impossible for the team to win that fight. But there is no obstacle in his own batting display. He has that right. The 25th fifty of Mahmud’s career is the only positive aspect for the Bangladesh team at the end.
Even in the beginning, there was only one ‘receipt’ – Taskin Ahmed’s great bowling. Kushal Perera won the toss and elected to bat for the third time. The Sri Lankan captain and his opening partner Darushka Gunatilaka were so aggressive from the start that the young Shariful Islam could not find the right length for the entire match. But in the second change, Taskin, who got the ball in hand, gave a breakthrough, also in the same over with a pair of catches. 4 wickets for 48 runs: Taskin’s bowling figure is less than one over. The captain did not meet the bowling quota of the team’s best strike bowler. However, part-time offspinner Mosaddeq was bowled out for three overs. But what did Tamim do wrong? However, seeing the hustle and bustle during fielding, it seems that Bangladesh is very careful about losing the ‘demerit point’ for slowness. In doing so, one of Taskin’s overs was ‘missed’? Whatever the answer, there is no reason to think it is reasonable. That’s just wrong.
Mistakes came back in the fielding as well. Satisfaction of catching properly in the second ODI is missing in the next match! The fielders dropped three of his catches before Kushal Perera’s century. However, there is no chance to diminish the achievements of the Sri Lankan captain. When the opportunity arises in cricket, they have to grab it with both hands. That’s what Pereira did. Sanath Jayasuriya may have lost his temper after watching his batting on TV. Everyone sees the shadow of Jayasuriya in Perera’s batting style!
Though Dushmant Chamira’s bowling is the biggest achievement of the Lankans in the entire series. This fast bowler took 5 wickets yesterday. 11 wickets in three matches. Apart from this, Chamira deserves some extra praise for putting constant pressure on the Bangladeshi batsmen. Coincidentally, Chamira, who took 5 wickets for 16 runs, also bowled 9 overs! No, it’s the Sri Lankan captainThere is nothing wrong with the numbers. As Bangladesh were all out in the 43rd over, there was no need to end Chamira’s quota. Needless to say, Tamim Iqbal’s team has moved away from the ‘perfect match’.