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Mahmudullah set sight on T-20 World Cup for big success

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Mahmudullah set sight on T-20 World Cup for big success
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|| CF Correspondent ||

Bangladesh T-20 captain Mahmudullah Riyad said they have every capability to achieve big success in the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.

The extravaganza is scheduled to take place Down Under on October 18, 2020.

Even if Bangladesh don’t play the shortest format of the game, they have shown some signs that they can compete with the big teams under the new management before COVID-19  pandemic.

In a Facebook live chat session with Cricfrenzy, Mahmudullah said that he is sanguine of delivering big things for the team and the country as well in the mega event.

“I’m still hopeful now. Inshallah, the tournament will commence in October. I’m mentally and physically thinking about it. I think every player is also thinking like that because everyone is excited to get back into the field to play whether it’s T20 World Cup or domestic cricket,’’ said Mahmudullah Riyad.

“If the T20 World Cup takes place, obviously it will then be a great opportunity for them. And I hope we can deliver some really good things in this World Cup because in the previous T20 World Cup’s, we didn’t have any big success. So, I hope we can crack this World Cup,’’ Mahmudullah said in his Facebook live show.


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