Mushfiqur Rahim is not doing regular wicketkeeping since his November visit to India. Although it was not easy for him to make the decision to keep the kicking gloves away. He stood aside from wicketkeeping, respecting the party’s decision.
Right away, Mushfiq is upset about not doing the choice? His wicketkeeping was no less controversial. Most of the time, he didn’t want to miss the keeping gloves. At times the team has been forced to give up on management’s decision, but he has not kept his pride in the secret.
You get a very good idea about the behavior of the wicket, the pace of the ball or the nature of the wicket. His record as a recognized wicketkeeper batsman is comparatively better than just a batsman. 5 runs in 5 Tests at an average of 5. He got 1 of 5 centuries as keeper. Two double centuries are also available in the same role. Perhaps the statistics are as brilliant as the wicketkeeper has been for most of his career. Only Tests played as a batsman. 5 runs scored at an average of 5.12. Kale got his first century by playing just as a batsman, keeping the kicking gloves open. Doubleday has reshaped that too.
Mushfiq’s decision to leave the wicketkeeping he loved so much as a batsman was difficult. Yet why he quit, the 32-year-old batsman was saying at a press conference yesterday, ‘I still feel that being behind the wicket helps me a lot. Now I have to take information. Litton has to know what’s going on, what’s happening on the slip. At the same time, I am getting older. If there is a fielding I can be a little sterile You might say that the reflection of this is reading in my batting.However, I still miss Kipping. I respect what the team has decided. “
Mushfiq benefited from not keeping kipping. Now he can focus more on batting. Talking about this, he made a little joke, the highest scorer in Bangladesh at the moment in the Test, ‘Now the pressure has increased. There were two roles before. Doing one bad would have helped at least another. Now there is only one direction. I can’t even bowl! The reality must be obeyed. I think this is the right time to focus on the other side. I can be a bit sterile when fielding. It focuses more on batting. Well, hopefully I can keep it up. ”