Abhishek Rangye said what Tawheed heart

Tawheed heart at the press conference. Photo: BCB


Tawheed heart at the press conference. Photo: BCB

The debut in the ODI format is like a dream for Tawheed Hriday. The 22-year-old’s debut against Ireland could have been a dream come true had he not missed a century for 8 runs. Hridoy was the first Bangladeshi to become a centurion on ODI debut. However, he won the man of the match award on his debut.

And Bangladesh got a record victory in such a memorable match of the heart. Tamim’s team got the highest victory in their ODI history by defeating the Irish by 183 runs. And Hriday has no regrets even if he misses a century on his debut.

In the press conference after the match, Hridoy said, Alhamdulillah, I could have been out at the beginning. Alhamdulillah that happened, thanks to Allah. I am happy to have contributed to the team’s victory. I tried to play each ball on merit. I enjoyed batting with Shakib bhai, he is a very experienced cricketer, there is a lot to learn from him.’

Regarding Shakib, Tawheed also said that when I asked something to Shakib brother, he helped me. I learned a lot from him about what to do when, how to handle pressure. He always inspired. Said it is going well, it can be continued as far as possible. I enjoyed batting with Shakib bhai a lot.

Apart from this, the story of Mushfiqur Rahim, another star player of his area, also served as an inspiration for Hriday, ‘Mushfiq brother… I was very young, a story of 2007. Mushfiq Bhai got a stump in the World Cup win against India. When I was very young, one day I went to the stadium. Ever since I saw the stumps of Mushfiq Bhai in a program, I was very inspired. From there I wanted to play in the national team one day.

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