Mushfiqur Rahim, a bowler for Bangladesh, said on Tuesday at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium that he wanted to beat Bangladesh’s best World Cup score.
The veteran has played in four ODI World Cups and is about to play in his fifth. He will again be a key part of the Tigers’ opening group in the middle of the order.
“It’s a blessing that I’ve been able to play in the last four World Cups. Mushfiqur told the media, “If I get to play this time, I would definitely want to do better than we have in the last four tournaments.” “We have the skills and the faith to do that, but everything relies on how the day starts. I think it’s important that we get off to a good start.”
“Since we are a team with a lot of experience in ODIs and have been playing good cricket for the past four or five years. So we can hope that we can make things better,” he said.
Bangladesh’s best finish at a World Cup was making it to the quarterfinals in 2015, but India beat them and sent them home.