Russell Domingo
Russell Domingo. (Picture Supply: Twitter)

Bangladesh coach Russell Domingo, following a poor outing by the Bangladeshi batters within the first Check match towards West Indies within the ongoing collection, reckons that the batters are low on confidence in the intervening time. He was not impressed with the style wherein his batters had been dismissed, saying that there have been too many comfortable dismissals and poor decision-making with the bat.

Domingo believes that Bangladesh might have put up extra runs into their whole for each the innings if not for a number of comfortable dismissals within the match. Bangladesh managed to place up a complete of 103 and 245 within the first and second innings respectively, and are getting ready to a defeat going into the fourth day.

“Batters are all low on confidence in the intervening time,” stated Domingo, who was quoted as saying by India Immediately. “Among the large gamers Mominul (Haque), (Najmul Hossain) Shanto are low in confidence. In cricket, confidence is an enormous factor and in the intervening time they simply don’t have that confidence of their batting.”

Too many comfortable dismissals on this specific Check match: Russell Domingo

“It’s not good. In each innings too many comfortable dismissals and too many poor choices with the batting and 103 runs within the first innings. might have gotten greater than that and 245 within the second innings might have gotten greater than that so it’s the underside line. Too many comfortable dismissals on this specific Check match,” stated Domingo, after the tip of Day 3 of the Check match.

West Indies bowlers dominated the sport proper from the start of the match, dismissing three of the highest 4 Bangladesh batters within the first innings for zero, and 6 batters total within the innings. Seamer Jayden Seales was the choose of the bowlers, bagging three wickets for 33 runs. West Indies, in response, scored 265, taking an enormous lead of 163, because of skipper Kraigg Brathwaite, who scored an important 94 runs.

Bangladesh, regardless of some resistance of their second innings, didn’t put sufficient on the board to come back again into the match, as they might solely arrange a meagre goal of 84. On the finish of Day 3, West Indies are on 49 for 3 wickets and are nicely on their method to a victory on Day 4.