After a long 10 months break due to corona A board meeting of the directors of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) was held on Wednesday as veteran spinner Abdur Razzak was appointed as the new selector of Bangladesh team. Razzaq has been added to the current selection panel of Minhazul Abedin Nannu and Habibul Bashar.
“It's a matter of good feeling. In fact, I feel good, not bad. Akram [Akram Khan] Bhai informed about the matter by phone. Still no talk of continuing the game or retiring. After the final discussion, it will be clear.” Razzak told Cricfrenzy on Wednesday.
The left-arm spinner last played for the national team Test against Sri Lanka in Mirpur on 2016. After that he did not get a chance to wear the national team jersey. However, he continues to play domestic cricket.
He has played only 13 matches in his 12-year Test career. And he took 28 wickets with the ball. However, in his 10-year ODI career, he has taken 207 wickets. He has taken 44 wickets in 34 matches in the T20 format.