Mehidy Hasan asks Bangladesh batters to be accountable in ODI collection vs India: Need scores of 280-3002 min read
Bangladesh all-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraz reckoned that the Tigers should be mentally robust of their three-match ODI collection in opposition to India.
New Delhi,UPDATED: Nov 20, 2022 23:40 IST
Need scores of 260-280: Mehidy asks BAN batters to be accountable in ODIs vs IND. Courtesy: Reuters
By India Today Web Desk: All-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraz reckoned that Bangladesh batters want to point out duty of their upcoming ODI collection in opposition to India. The Young Turk reckoned that the Tigers want to attain round 280 to 300 to have any probability of competing in opposition to the Men in Blue.
Mehidy was of the opinion that scores of 250-260 aren’t protected by any means in an period the place batters are inclined to dominate the sport.
“In today’s ODI cricket, we need to score 280 to 300 runs for bowlers to fight. Thanks to god, we are performing well in the format and scored above 300 as well. Scores of 250-260 aren’t safe nowadays and you have to score 280-300. Batters have to take responsibility. The top five batters in the team can’t afford to give away wickets and that’s when a score of around 300 will be possible,” Mehidy was quoted as saying in BDcrictime Bangla.
Mehidy additionally talked about that Bangladesh gamers want to point out numerous psychological energy whereas going through India within the white-ball format.
“International cricket is always challenging. The most important thing for a bowler is the ability to handle pressure. I like to take challenges whenever I play. We have to be mentally strong in the matches against India. We have to improve on certain aspects. If we can improve, then we will be more successful,” he added.
Bangladesh are scheduled to lock horns with India in three ODIs on December 4, 7 and 10 on the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.
The ODIs shall be adopted by two Test matches in Mirpur and Chattogram respectively.
As far as Mehidy is anxious, he’s at the moment collaborating within the Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) at residence.
Nov 20, 2022