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Bangladesh all-rounder Mahedi Hasan said in a video message on Sunday that a small contribution is important to the team, however, the right-handed batsman said he did not get much chance to bat at the top-order to score big.
Bangladesh cricket team began their practice after their mandatory quarantine period at Sher e Bangla National Stadium from Friday. After the practice session, Mahedi said he does not get much chance to bat at the top-order to play big innings.
“Of course batting is very important for the team. Whether it is 10, 5, or 20 runs. There is no chance for me to make 100, also there is no chance to hit fifty in the position I came to bat. The 10 runs became very important. If I do 10 off 5 balls or 6 balls, it supports the team to go ahead,” said Mahedi.
The all-rounder said he would try to score big runs if he gets chances to play at the top during the upcoming series.
“Sometimes I have to play at the top, there is an opportunity, which I have not been able to use yet. There is a chance to score some runs in T20 there. I always try to give my best. I try to improve according to the management team,” he added.
Bangladesh are all set to face New Zealand in the five-match T20 series that will be held on September 1.