‘I think we are not very good players against spin’, says Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque after loss in 2nd test

After Simon Harmer and Keshav Maharaj joined to snuff out Bangladesh for a simple 83 in the second innings of the subsequent Test, the meeting side’s captain Mominul Haque conceded that the batting unit needs to move better at playing turn particularly away from home.

Mominul called attention to that in Asia side-turn works, while in places like South Africa, spinners bank on over-turn. Over-turn is about a spinner ‘moving past the highest point of the ball’ to separate bob.

”I think we are not generally excellent players against twist and it could sound awful, however aside from a couple of players, relatively few players can deal with turn well,” Mominul told correspondents after the game.

“Most likely, we neglected to deal with them (over-turn), yet what I feel is that in the wake of losing a match, a ton of things comes before you. What I feel is that it is critical to know where we need to score goes against the spinners,,” he added.

The South African twist team of Harmer and Maharaj additionally out-bowled their Bangladesh partners by removing 29 from the 40 wickets to fall in the Test series. Once more Mominul noticed how over-turn assumes a key part in places like South Africa.

“See, the wickets in subcontinent and somewhere else are unique. In subcontinent, side-turn works a ton and that side-turn is vital as far as we’re concerned in the subcontinent. ‘In this part, over-turn works a ton yet in our country, a bowler goes for side-turn because of the circumstances. If somebody has any desire to do over-turn, he really wants to have specialized changes.”

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Mominul additionally guarded Mushfiqur Rahim for getting out to a converse compass at a vital crossroads on Day 3 of the Test. He noticed that Rahim has played it consistently in restricted overs.

”I don’t have the foggiest idea why there is such an uproar about his converse range, since, supposing that you see him, he plays this shot in Tests, ODIs and T20s. Furthermore, turn around clear is a cricketing shot and he can play it.

”Assuming he has this shot (turn around clear) in his course of action, he will play and it isn’t so much that that he didn’t score runs by playing this shot. I support him and would request that others support him as opposed to blabbering about it,” he figured.

Mominul likewise said that he is frustrated that they neglected to quickly take advantage of the chance against an under-strength South African group. The hosts missed a few of their laid out Test cricketers as they selected to play in the Indian Premier League.

”It is baffling as a skipper, since they were feeling the loss of a few principle players and I felt we had a decent opportunity to succeed no less than one Test match. However, we neglected to quickly jump all over the chance. You need to further develop everyday group wise in Test cricket, and not by playing a couple of good meetings or three days out of five days.”

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