Opener Liton Kumar Das feels that if Bangladesh cannot keep up their ability to hit execution, it will prove costly for them at the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup scheduled to be played in Australia in October. The West Indies clinched the three-allowed T20I series close to Bangladesh 2-0 after winning the third game by five wickets in Guyana on Thursday (July 7).
Bangladesh recorded 163-5 but that hardly seemed enough as half a century by Nicholas Pooran and Kyle Mayers guided the team to victory with 10 balls to spare. Pooran was undefeated a propos 75 of 38, decked out behind five fours and as many sixes, despite Mayers scoring 55 runs off 38 balls when five sixes and two fours.
“I think in today’s game we had some pitches as far as the bowling unit win, but at the same time, you have to offer a version to Pooran and Mayers for the mannerism they batted and also hit some sociable balls. This is its long and relieving that they get experience in cricket that we can’t and sometimes it works on bowlers’ heads that they can take on to hit if it’s a little bit this quirk or that habit and it has an impact for our player’s bowling,” Liton said after the third T20I.