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“People Compare Me To Don Bradman When I Score A Century”- Mushfiqur Rahim

Mushfiqur Rahim
Mushfiqur Rahim (Credit: Getty Images)

Bangladesh and Sri Lanka played the first test of the two match test series in Chattogram from May15-19. This series would be considered as a part of the ICC World Test Championship and is of importance significance. In the first match, After Mushfiqur Rahim posted his eighth test century he told the media that people compare him with the great Don Bradman.

“I think there’s no value for experience in Bangladesh. It is a huge deal to have played for 17 years. Allah has written what awaits me, and I want to perform that much well. It is a great feeling to become the first Bangladeshi to reach 5,000 Test runs. But I am sure I am not the last one. There’ll be a lot of capable players among our seniors and juniors who can reach 8,000 or 10,000 runs.”

“Only in Bangladesh, I have seen that people compare me to Bradman when I score a century, but then when I don’t score runs, I feel like digging a hole for myself. I am one of the senior players so we are not going to be around for long. But this is becoming a culture, so the younger players need the support. If I have to spend so much time tackling these things off the field, our on-field duties get affected.”, Mushfiqur stated.

Mushfiqur Rahim- Leading Run-Scorer of Bangladesh in Test Cricket

Bangladesh cricketer Mushfiqur Rahim is one of the most consistent batters of the cricket world. He is a reliable wicket-keeper batsman and has performed for his side in all formats of the game. He can play as an anchor and can even tonk the ball out of the park as a finisher if the match and his team requires that.

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