ZIM vs BAN, third T20I: Mosaddek Hossain Saikat changed Nurul Hasan Sohan as captain after the latter was dominated out of the final match on account of an damage.
Mosaddek Hossain Saikat of Bangladesh. Courtesy: Reuters
- Mosaddek Hossain is but to guide Bangladesh on the highest degree
- Mahmudullah has returned to the workforce after initially being rested
- The third T20I will happen on August 2
Mosaddek Hossain Saikat was named as Bangladesh’s captain for the third and last T20I towards Zimbabwe to be performed on Tuesday, August 2 on the Harare Sports activities Membership.
Mosaddek changed Nurul Hasan Sohan, who injured his left index finger through the second T20I of the three-match sequence. Mosaddek has captained home groups in Bangladesh, however is but to guide the nationwide workforce.
Mosaddek captained Bangladesh A in two matches and in addition led the Sylhet Thunder within the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).
Mosaddek additionally turned the Participant of the Match in Bangladesh’s seven-wicket victory over the hosts. In that recreation on July 31, the off-spinner picked up a five-wicket haul and helped the Tigers prohibit Zimbabwe to 135 for eight in 20 overs.
Within the meantime, the guests have roped in Mahmudullah as Sohan’s alternative within the enjoying XI. The veteran was initially rested from the white-ball sequence and can now play below Mosaddek’s management.
After Bangladesh misplaced to West Indies 0-2 within the three-match T20I sequence, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) determined to present Mahmudullah a relaxation from the format.
The BCB additionally mentioned that Mahmudullah remained their T20 skipper and the board wished to check out new gamers for the sequence in Zimbabwe. Therefore, they named Sohan as captain for the Zimbabwe tour.
After successful the second T20I, Bangladesh drew degree within the sequence after their preliminary 17-run defeat within the sequence opener. After the T20I sequence, the Tigers can even lock horns with Zimbabwe in three T20Is on the Harare Sports activities Membership.
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