President of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), Nazmul Hasan, has termed the safety state of affairs and measures undertaken in the course of the current T20 sequence in Pakistan as passable.

Throughout a media briefing in Dhaka, the BCB head pledged to ship the Bangladeshi cricket staff to Pakistan for a check match scheduled to be held at Rawalpindi from 7 to 11 February.

The BCB Chief mentioned:

Earlier, BCB was uncertain concerning the safety state of affairs in Pakistan. Subsequently, the board agreed to resolve about check matches after the T20 sequence. We’re content material with the safety state of affairs in Pakistan. It’s unattainable to provide extra safety than what the regulation enforcement companies of Pakistan have supplied the Bangladeshi staff.

Whereas asserting to go to Pakistan for a check match, Nazmul Hasan mentioned:

The BCB is happy with the safety measures that have been taken in the course of the T20 sequence. Not one of the gamers or the teaching workers complained about something. Because of this, there isn’t a purpose for the Board to resolve in opposition to taking part in a check match in Pakistan. We’re going to play check sequence in Pakistan.

Commenting on the whitewash in T20 sequence, the BCB chief mentioned:

The efficiency within the T20 sequence was no approach close to the board’s expectations. The board is disenchanted with the strategy of the staff. We couldn’t consider that the Bangladeshi staff can play this fashion. The staff made 90 runs with none losses and ended up on 130 or 140. Even after 12 overs, the staff remained defensive in T20 video games. We have now not witnessed defensive cricket from our staff in a very long time.

The BCB chief questioned Mahmudullah’s studying of the wicket:

I requested him why he opted to bat first. He mentioned the wicket was batting-friendly. After the match, he mentioned the batting was powerful. I don’t perceive what occurred. Did he fail to learn the wicket correctly? Maybe, Sure.

Bangladesh’s tour to Pakistan has been divided into three legs. The primary leg comprised of the T20 sequence that was held in Lahore. The second consists of a single check match scheduled in Rawalpindi in February. Whereas the final leg consists of an ODI and a check match to be performed in Karachi after the PSL.

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