‘There’s a long way left for me’ – Saifuddin

When David Miller hit Mohammad Saifuddin for five consecutive six in Potchefstroom a year ago, Mashrafe Mortaza and Tamim Iqbal could not remain calm . Dhaka Tamim remembers that he became very nervous about Saifuddin and shouted at his television, urging him to attack the big yorker. He did, and Miller had to deal with 31 runs in the end.

A month later, Darren Sammy took 32 of Saifuddin during the Comla Victorians-Rajshahi Kings BPL match at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, where a year later Saifuddin was awarded the Player of the Match for his performance in bowling against Zimbabwe. His 3-for-45 slowed down Zimbabwe, particularly in the last five shots, when he used a good combination of slower gorillas and longer deliveries to stop his big hitters.

Saifuddin said he wanted to support Mustafizur Rahman, one of the best death players in the world, keeping the execution rate of around seven in the pending jobs. He conceded 22 races in his last three laps, picking up a window.

"I've been playing bowling in the deaths in the sub-15 and the sub-17, while playing with Miraz," Saifuddin said. "In my early years I fought in international cricket, but I always talk to Miraz and Mustafizur, who is an experienced bowler, I tried to execute everything I've learned.

" It was a batting track. Having given some races in Mirpur during the same period of the tickets, we wanted to keep them below 250. Mustafizur is an excellent death pitcher. I supported him giving away five to seven races. "

It was far from the" has been "label that some put him quite prematurely after he lost his place in the Bangladesh team earlier this year, after having played two ODIs and two T20Is in January and February.

Not doing anything eye-catching in national cricket or with the Bangladesh A team in the meantime, Saifuddin came back because Bangladesh does not really have a bowling game. his age group as the future prospect of Bangladesh Last year he was quickly taken to the side of the seniors, with disastrous results.

Saifuddin said one of the things he did was talk about how to handle the pressure with the senior players. 19659011] "I worked on the mental aspects of bowling," Saifuddin said. "I've discussed it with veteran players on how to approach bowling in international cricket. I have been quite expensive at this level before. I will try to keep what I did today. I have a long way to go.

"I wanted Mash bhai to take me on the attack, I wanted to show something because I'm playing instead of Rubel [Hossain] bhai I wanted to do something different so that they would realize me".

Saifuddin also said he was inspired by his mother's advice about failure in life, while using his bowling experience in death from his days of age groups.

"There will be some slips when you try to be successful." My mother tells me that a baby can fall while taking her first steps, but does that mean she will not walk? They will hit me but I will learn from that, "she said. [19659016]

source:- espncricinfo.com

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