His Test debut was a little unexpected. Nazmul Hasan got a chance to play in the Test squad due to Mushfiqur Rahim’s injury on New Zealand’s 27-year tour. But after a Test, the young left-handed batsman was dropped. Then again, in the Sylhet Test against Zimbabwe. Then pause again. He got a chance in the Rawalpindi Test against Pakistan in January this year. Pakistan batted well in the two innings, but the innings was not growing. Finally, Nazmul saw the first Test against Zimbabwe in the only test at home.
After playing a 5-run game against Zimbabwe today, Nazmul said, “I am in the process of BCB for a long time. That’s the positive side. Despite being dropped from the national team, I was still in high performance, being in the “A” squad. The selectors have given me opportunities in these places, it has been good for me. Every cricketer needs that opportunity. Now that I get on the field, I feel more comfortable than ever. This is important. ‘
Nazmul is also in great form for the past few months. In the third round of the BCL, Walton played an unbeaten 27 in the middle of last week. Earlier he scored a century in the BPL. The bat is getting run almost everywhere. Nazmul has also drawn domestic cricket forms at international level.