Bangla tigers get down to business
Hyderabad: Bangladesh batting mainstay Mominul Haque is unfazed that he would be debuting on February 9.However, he is guarded, when it comes to the outcome as they take on an India that is in peak form.
Hyderabad: Bangladesh batting mainstay Mominul Haque is unfazed that he would be debuting on February 9.
However, he is guarded, when it comes to the outcome as they take on an India that is in peak form.
In an interaction after the training session at RGICS, he said playing India on their soil was a dream come true for many of his teammates.
He said the team was aware of the spinning tracks, the quality that R Ashwin and R Jadeja bring in, and the batting solidity that India boasts of. Yet, they had enough match-winners in their ranks, who could tilt the scales.
“India has a good all-round attack. Their batting is formidable. After all, they are the number one side in Test cricket. We will try to give them a good game.
We have the spirit to give a fight and that is precisely what we shall do,” he said,
“Although, we had a bad series in New Zealand, we had Shakib hitting a double century and Mushi scoring a 150.
That will bolster our spirit,” he said Indeed, for a team that has nothing to lose, they can go all the way in the historic one-off Test.