Anamul wants to erase memories of 2015 in New Zealand

Anamul wants to erase memories of 2015 in new zealand0

Bangladesh batsman Anamul Haque Bijoy stated that if given the opportunity, he would like to do something nice in New Zealand in order to remove a painful experience from his past.

The 30-year-old batsman, who has been in and out of the Bangladesh team recently, told reporters this as the team’s first contingent left for New Zealand in the early hours of Sunday.

With 365 runs, the top-order batter led the way in the 2012 Under-19 World Cup in Australia. It didn’t take him long to make the senior team, and he had a bright start to his white-ball career, scoring three century in his first 30 ODIs.

Anamul, on the other hand, had a significant shoulder injury during a 2015 World Cup match against Scotland in Nelson, New Zealand, and he never truly recovered in international cricket.

Anamul has been prolific in local cricket in recent years, but despite numerous opportunities, he has yet to establish a spot in the national team.

With the Bangladesh squad missing a number of important players for the white-ball tour of New Zealand, Anamul was called up again, and he is eager to perform well in the country where he had his most devastating injury.

“If I get the chance, I’ll try to play well.” “I’m with the team, and it’ll be great if I get to play,” Anamul told reporters as a 14-member delegation boarded a flight to New Zealand.

“In 2015, I was injured in New Zealand.” So this time, I’ll try to remember everything,” the attacking top-order batter continued.

Another group of players who took part in the recent home Test series against New Zealand will depart tomorrow.

Bangladesh will play three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and three Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) against New Zealand, with the ODIs beginning on December 17.

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