The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) will give bonuses to cricketers this time after winning the historic Test against New Zealand. Chairman of the BCB’s operations committee Jalal Yunus said. He expects consistent performance from the cricketers at this time.
The BCB is thinking of making sporting wickets at home this time as the pacers have been successful in Mount Manganui. Meanwhile, with such a victory of the Tigers, the responsibility of the selectors has increased, said the chief selector Minhazul Abedin Nannu.
In the dressing room, such joy is acceptable to the Tigers. In New Zealand, irresistible, ruthless and arrogant believers-worshipers-Mushfiqs. The red-greens cheered for the biggest success in the history of cricket in Bangladesh.
The Tigers lost to the Kiwis by a huge margin of 6 wickets and raised hopes of winning the series. The BCB has rewarded the cricketers of the team for their positive performance in the past as well. This time too he is no exception. The Bangladesh Cricket Board will give special bonuses to cricketers and coaching staff for winning the historic Test against New Zealand.
The BCB always creates spin-friendly wickets for the opponents in the Test series at home. As a result, the pacers failed to give their best. However, the fast bowlers of the Bangladesh team were the main culprits in the defeat of New Zealand at Mount Manganui. That is why the BCB is thinking of making a sporting wicket at home this time as the pacers have got success in the ground of the cue.
The BCB expects consistent performance from the cricketers in Christchurch as in the first Test.
After the historic victory, Tiger Kandari Mominul Haque gave credit to the team performance. In a post-match response, he said both teams were desperate to win the match. However, we have advanced in the match with the great skill of our bowlers. Ebadat-Taskin have done well in both innings. Worship in particular was incredible.
“We haven’t done well in the last few Tests,” said Muminul. And so there was the urge to turn around in the new year. I finally got it. But at the moment I want to forget the victory. All our thoughts now revolve around the second cum Christchurch Test.