It is tough to live without cricket: Saifuddin
|| CF Correspondent ||
Bangladesh all-rounder Mohammed Saifuddin said that he finds it very tough to live life during the last four months as it went without cricket.
After a career-threatening injury in 2019 World Cup Saifuudin was raring to get on the field as he also makes a comeback in the white-ball format in the series against Zimbabwe but COVID-19 pandemic has hamper his progress as well in the last four month.
Saifuddin said he find it very difficult to live cricket as he was interviewed by a local English daily
‘’It is very tough. It has taken away a year from my life. I may aim to play for Bangladesh for 8-10 years, but a year is gone from my life. But we have to accept the reality. Nobody can do anything about it. We have already lost thousands of people to coronavirus,’’said Saifuddin.
‘’Life comes first and then cricket. I feel bad when I have to stay off the field for a long time but nothing can be done and I am waiting for the situation to improve,’’ he added.
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