Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque said that they neglected to assimilate the strain in their second innings of the initial Test against South Africa in Durban, as they collided with 53 hard and fast. The twist couple of Keshav Maharaj and Simon Harmer took every one of the 10 wickets to fall in the subsequent innings.
”I think we neglected to deal with the tension subsequent to losing three wickets yesterday since I see no other explanation,” Mominul told journalists after the game. ”We played great cricket for four days and played severely just during the last meeting of yesterday and today.
”It isn’t so much that we played seriously for five days and there are heaps of up-sides that we can take, and assuming we make ourselves intellectually solid, we can without a doubt make a rebound,” he added.
Mominul additionally was frustrated that the side’s hitters lost wickets while confronting the spinners. He further said that it was a ‘wrongdoing’ to offer wickets to spinners abroad.
”I think offering wickets to the spinners abroad is a major wrongdoing and I figure we ought not be offering wickets. I want to assume the fault on my shoulders. There is generally a chance to score goes against the spinners and it was a finished batting disappointment.”
Mominul additionally called attention to that Bangladesh’s batting profundity isn’t that solid to pick a mix of five bowlers and six hitters.
One more place of conversation was Bangladesh’s choice to field at a ground where the spinners have made some progress. Mominul, on his part, said that he chose to handle first as he felt there could be something in it for the pacemen forthright.
”See, the last Test that we won, we played with seven batsmen. Assuming you see, India, Australia and New Zealand, their batsmen normal more than 50 yet that isn’t true with us. Our batsmen should average 50, (then) we will play with six batsmen and five bowlers.
“I picked handling since I felt the speed bowlers can remove something from the wicket. We might have added one more spinner to the detriment of deducting a speed bowler or might have gone for six batsmen and five bowlers blend. Yet, I don’t think we actually are in such a spot that we can go for five batsmen-six bowlers mix while playing abroad,” he said.
Mominul additionally encouraged the ICC to acquire unbiased umpires on the rear of certain umpiring choices conflicting with them on the fourth day. He likewise saw that South Africa maybe went too far according to sledging.
”I think sledging is essential for the game and it is ordinary however now and again it appears they went too far and the umpires didn’t see that. We have nothing in our grasp, taking everything into account however I figure ICC ought to go for impartial umpires as there is not really any Covid any longer.”