Mushfiqur – Bhorer Kagoj

Mushfiqur Rahim, the wicketkeeper-batsman of the Tigers, was missing the field practice during the tour of New Zealand. The cricketer is tired of being imprisoned in a hotel room for the last few days. Finally, the senior batsman of the Bangladesh team came down to the field and started practicing. And Mushfiqur has no laziness in practice.

He took to the field on Thursday (March 4) after getting a chance to practice in New Zealand. Mushfiqur even posted a picture on social media Facebook after he came to practice in Lincoln, Christchurch. The caption of the photo reads, Alhamdulillah there was a great session 7 days after the quarantine.

The quarantine practice of Bangladesh cricket team will continue till the 14th day. So today the Tigers are not getting a chance to practice together. Tamim, Mushfiqur, Taskin and Mostafiz will practice in different groups in Lincoln, Christchurch. In this case, the whole Bangladesh team will be divided into four groups of 6 each. Where there will be 5 cricketers in the group, 2 members of the support staff. Each group will have two hours for practice.

However, Tamim and Mushfiq have to abide by strict quarantine rules in Christchurch. They have had a difficult experience in hotel isolation there. Taskin and Soumya were released from captivity last Friday (February 26).

They were allowed to walk outside for half an hour. At that opportunity, they breathed a sigh of relief. But with carona caution, everyone had to walk at a safe distance, to talk. Finally, the Tigers are in a very cheerful mood after getting the opportunity to practice today. On March 10, the national team will leave Christchurch for Queenstown, a city of natural beauty. There will be some practice.

Bangladesh will play three ODIs and three T20Is in this long tour of New Zealand. There will be three ODIs on March 20, 23 and 26. Venues are Dunedin, Christchurch and Wellington respectively. Besides, the two teams will play T20 series after ODIs. The three matches will be held on March 26, 30 and April 1. Napier, Auckland and Hamilton will have a series of twenty overs.

MH


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