New Delhi: In the tri-series being played in New Zealand, Bangladesh suffered a crushing defeat by 7 wickets in the match between Pakistan and Bangladesh on Thursday. Batting first Bangladesh scored 173 runs. Liton Das scored 69 in 42 balls and captain Shakib Al Hasan scored 68 runs, but despite scoring well, the Bangladesh bowlers failed in front of Pakistan’s batting. Pakistan wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan 69 and captain Babar Azam contributed 55 runs. While Mohammad Nawaz scored 45 not out in 20 balls to give victory to the team.
listen less to critics
Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan met Bangladesh batsman Liton Das after Pakistan’s victory. During this, both the openers gave some special tips regarding career from Liton Das. Babar told Liton- If you listen less to critics about your batting, then your confidence will remain intact. He said, as soon as you hear someone say something about yourself, your attention will immediately go away. So stay focused on your game.
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nothing can happen without hardwork
On the other hand Mohammad Rizwan told Liton – without hard work, success is not possible. When you do something different, you look different too. Rizwan said- You will get out on 0 in your career, then even on 1 and 10, but I believe in one thing, that without hardwork nothing can happen. He further said- People think that if he is a big player, then he cannot miss the catch, whereas this never happens in cricket. Even the big players make mistakes.
10 innings I’ll be stuck in
Liton Das asked Rizwan- When you play well then everything goes well, but as soon as you start playing poorly then how does your mind work? On this Rizwan said- Prepare yourself for one thing. There will be 10 innings in my life in which I will be trapped. Those 10 innings will be such, in which 20 runs are needed in 12 balls and I will do it. But there can be 10 such innings in which I will not be able to get the team to win. Rizwan further said – The big player will always be calm. He will flop in 4 out of 20 and win in 16. The final match of this series between New Zealand and Pakistan will be played on 14 October.