BANGLADESH WIND TOUR, 2018
The left-hand cannon caught a 167-ball behind Gabriel, and triggered a collapse because the sacking lost four wicks to Bangladesh in just 13 conditions. © AFP
Bangladesh battleship Mominul Haque made a face-to-face comparison with his team mate Tamim Iqbal and Indian pounding striker Virat Kohli on his first test-up of a hundred years after the opening day of the first test against Windies. Mominul made his favorite hunting course at Chittagong's Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. This year he scored two hundred points against Sri Lanka. This was the fourth Test face in 2018 – equal to Kohli's installment.
"If you think you'll get a hundred points, so Mominul said on Thursday (November 22nd), I'm here to come up with bats in anticipation of hundreds of scoring." Said. "Compared to the other sets, this is a bit slower and takes more turns.
"Tamim's speech bhaiComparing to me is not a problem, "Mominul pointed out." He's on another level in world cricket. I don't think it's right to compare it with Virat Kohli. I'm not thinking about these things. The year is not over yet, the Tests remained, the second strokes and the second Test. So instead of thinking about it, I'm thinking about developing and contributing as much as possible. "
Mominul was busy since the beginning. As Shannon cut the angle from Gabriel through the little door, he found out how to shoot when he was possible and tried to milk his needles and kept the starting speed around 4. The 27-year-old acted as bowling around Wieset, coping with Windies' picking it up from him.
"I had no special plans," he said. "I just wanted to play the ball with the ball, I don't plan, I'm just trying to play with the ball. [for the second session] I thought I should play this session, I think I think that. If I think of securing the team, it doesn't really work that way. "
The left-hand cannon caught a 167-ball 120 behind Gabriel, and four wicket for the addition of only 13 races in a single stage before the recovery to finish the 8th competition in Bangladesh. as a loss triggered a collapse. Mominul agreed and survived against a menacing Gabriel who had gathered four small gates at a time, thinking that his side might be in a much more powerful position.
"I've always had regrets. I went out in 160 in the previous Test, and if you don't want to regret it or perform better, you'll pause – the player will have a good performance. If you have 0 or 100, you'll always regret it," he said. Mominul.
"I think there's only one explanation – if I didn't, if I didn't shoot that bad, I think the whole charge has fallen on me, as I was thinking. He (Gabriel) probably grew two more to this spell and [if I didn’t get out] perhaps at the end of the day we could be in a stronger position, perhaps for one more wicket loss. If I hadn't, maybe the other cupboards wouldn't fall – Mushfiq bhai Riyadh Bhai or Shakib bhai. That's why I think it's costly to be dismissed. "
Mominul's purple patch coincided with the departure of former coach Chandika Hathurusingha. Despite being a boring series in the Caribbean, Mominul used to meet with his coach and found that he and former coach had left Australia for the first test for the first test. He was shot down to number eight in that play, but the batman believes these moments will help him.
”There was nothing to show or prove,“ he said. "Maybe it's good for me – people face little struggles in life, and it depends on what you can learn from this struggle. I've never thought of the way I had to prove Hathurusingha. The day I'm the person who has to play on the field and play for the Bangladesh team. I'm thinking of trying to play cricket. "