'They’ve a very good bowling assault' – Former Bangladesh captain Habibul Bashar backs Bangladesh bowlers to fireside in T20 World Cup 2022

Habibul Bashar (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

Former skipper Habibul Bashar has stated that Bangladesh have a very good bowling assault and the potential to provide a tricky competitors to any group within the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup 2022 if the batters begin scoring runs going ahead. 

Bashar’s remarks got here after Bangladesh’s hard-fought nine-run victory in opposition to the Netherlands on the Bellerive Oval in Hobart on Monday, October 24. Defending 144, the Asian group bowled out the Dutch facet for 135 within the ultimate over courtesy of senior pacer Taskin Ahmed’s four-wicket haul.

Habibul Bashar praises Bangladesh bowling assault after victory over the Netherlands

“For Bangladesh this was actually essential to begin with a win and it will give them confidence. It is a good facet and they’ve some good gamers. They’ve a very good bowling assault and if the batters begin scoring some runs then they can provide a tricky competitors to any group on the earth,” stated Bashar whereas talking on ‘Batbricks7 presents Run Ki Runneeti’ on CricTracker. 

Batting first Bangladesh misplaced half their facet for hardly something on the board and have been reeling at 76/5 after the top of 11 overs. At one level it appeared as if the Dutch bowlers would skittle them out for a manageable complete earlier than Atif Hossain and Nurul Hasan’s all-important 44-run stand for the sixth wicket helped the Asian facet put up a aggressive complete of 144/8 on the board.

Within the second innings, the Bangladesh bowlers proved that it was greater than a combating complete as Taskin Ahmed did the majority of the injury registering figures of 4/25 in his 4 overs at an financial system of 6.3 because the Netherlands fully misplaced the plot proper from the start regardless of chasing a manageable goal. 

Colin Ackermann was the lone warrior for the Netherlands as he scored a quickfire 62 runs off 48 balls and a late resistance from Paul van Meekeren (24) decrease down the order meant that they misplaced the competition by a smaller margin.