Bangladesh Cricket

Ebadot focusing more on life than money

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Ebadot focusing more on life than money
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|| CF Correspondent ||

Bangladesh fast bowler Ebadot Hossain Chowdhury has revealed that he is focusing more on life rather than the missed opportunity of playing so many games due to the dreadful coronavirus pandemic worldwide.

Ebadot, considered mainly a Test specialist fast bowler till date, has missed almost 8 eight Tests due to the pandemic and now looking for a good chance to establish his place in the team with his jaw-dropping performance.

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has increased Test match participation fee to 6 lakh taka as per Test, which would have accumulated a lot of money. The specialist players like Ebadot only if he would have played all the Tests, there was no coronavirus pandemic as well

Bangladesh Test team specialist players do not enjoy much sponsorship deals with the local brands just like most one day and T-20 players have that luxury.

The tall fast bowler is more concerned about his life than earning in this pandemic period as he expresses that on a local bangle website.

“It’s important to live for me to live a healthy life before the economic issues. I have to survive first in this time so I can play as well so the matter of earning money will come to an end,” Ebadot Hossain said.

Bangladesh do not have the luxury to play a lot of Test matches and missing eight test matches has made difficult for Ebadot in his progression career as well.

“My career has just started. The matches were very necessary for me. I’ve nothing to do about it. Life is important so I can play a lot of matches if I’m surviving. It’s true that we’re in good spirits after the win against Zimbabwe. We as a team would have made a lot of progress if we could have played these eight Test matches,” Ebadot pointed out.


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