Former successful captain of Bangladesh Mashrafe bin Mortaza. He left the representation in Baishagaz for the country long ago. However, he is still keeping his one-time teammates and younger ones at bay.
After losing the Super Twelve match against Sri Lanka, when everyone’s fingers were pointing at Mahmudullah, Mashrafe also stood by them. Even after the match against England is no exception.
However, in a post on his personal Facebook profile on Wednesday (October 28th), Mashrafe spoke out against the Tigers. According to him, the people of this country talk so much because they love the team. And that’s why the most successful captain of the Tigers has suggested to take things easy and correct the mistakes.
“Criticism is a part of life,” Mashrafe wrote on Facebook. Tolerating it is also an art. The more criticism he can get, the better. Everyone will criticize you right now, even me, you have nothing to do with it. ‘
‘You should just think about what you wanted to do and why you couldn’t do it. Start thinking about how you can give the best in the next match. Because you will play the next match for Bangladesh and everyone in the country will sit down to watch the game with a new hope. ‘
more negative things. He talks so much because he loves you. Winning the next match with the best will actually make everyone forget the things behind. I believe that only a positive mindset can bring out the best.
‘No matter what happens on the field, I am by your side. I will stay with my heart and soul. Everyone believes that you are the source of happiness. It is better to forget the bad days, but it is better to remember the bad days. Good luck Bangladesh Cricket. God is trustworthy. ‘
Earlier, former Tigers captain Mashrafe bin Mortaza said in a personal Facebook post on Monday (October 25th) that not only Mahmudullah-Lytton but also head coach Russell Domingo and team management could not avoid the responsibility for Bangladesh’s loss against Sri Lanka. At the same time, Narail Express also questioned the role of the team’s fielding coach.
Mashrafe wrote at the time, did the coach enter the field in the tenth over just to exchange water! The coach’s advice proves effective in making decisions in important match situations. Did Domingo give any advice to Riyadh at all? If you have been through or want to know Riyadh’s plans; However, he could have explained the matter himself without sending the cricketers to the post-match press conference. Mashrafe also criticized it and wrote that if the coach had no impact, he would have sent water to the Twelve Men.