Mashrafe is likely to play BCL ODI Tournament. Thursday is the peak of Bangladesh cricket. The Tigers won in New Zealand, and all the fans rejoiced. There is more good news for sports fans, with Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and Shakib Al Hasan in the BCL ODIs. If all goes well, the world’s best all-rounder will arrive in Bangladesh on the 7th and will play for the Madhanchal.[Gaming]
Of course, there are doubts about Mashrafe’s game. The former Tiger captain, who is not fully fit, could be seen on the field for the East Zone if his back pain improves. With BPL in mind, Mashrafe may be thinking of playing in the BCL ODI format. Mashrafe will be seen playing for Dhaka in the upcoming BPL, along with Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah Riyadh.
The BCL ODI will start on January 9 at the Sylhet International Stadium. It is learned that Tamim Iqbal will also play for Islami Bank East, Riyadh and Mustafizur Rahman will play for South. The final of the tournament will be held on January 15.
Mashrafe Congratulate Bangladesh Test Cricket Team
Bangladesh’s Test win against New Zealand is a source of joy on the cricket field. Former captain Mashrafe bin Murtaza joined the festivities. Mashrafe congratulates the Bangladesh Test team on making history
The Narail Express has extended special congratulations to pacer Ibadat Hossain who took the match with 8 wickets in two innings. Mashrafe has not played Test cricket since 2009. But after he and Shahadat, Bangladesh did not get a fast bowler to wear white. This time in New Zealand, pacer Ibadat has won the Tigers.
in a recent tweet, he says –[Gaming]
“A glorious and historic win for the Tigers as they beat the reigning world Test champions on their homeland, a first test victory for Bangladesh against”
A glorious and historic win for the Tigers as they beat the reigning world Test champions on their homeland, a first test victory for #Bangladesh against #NewZealand #BCB #BANvsNZ pic.twitter.com/S3IU9gJEx1
— MASHRAFE BIN MORTAZA⏺ (@mashrafebd) January 5, 2022
Bangladesh defeated New Zealand by 8 wickets at Mount Manganui on Wednesday. The Tigers lost to the Kiwis in the Test for the first time. This is Bangladesh’s first win against the hosts on New Zealand soil. Muminul Haque’s team has made history.