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Mustafizur Rahman may have gone wicketless in the second T20I between Bangladesh and West Indies, but he said that he is working hard to restore his old form.
Following the 35-run defeat over West Indies in the second of three T20I series matches has prompted concerns about Fizz's performance.
"After a year and a half of surgery, my performance was not good. But there is no end to learning. You can learn every day. I am also trying to improve and to be like other good bowlers in the world. I'm improving my fitness and trying to learn every way possible while taking the advice of the coaches," said Mustafizur.
Mustafiz also opened up about why his bowling economy increases when bowling on pitches outside of Asia.
"The wickets in Asia are one of a kind, but the wickets outside Asia are very different. Outside Asia, wickets are better and truer. You will see in Asia that it is difficult to score 150 runs in T20. However, even two hundred runs outside Asia is not safe. That could be one of the reasons why my economy is increasing," he added.