I loved the way Nasir Hossain approached his innings in the 2nd ODI, he didn't hit a boundary until he faced around 30 balls, then he kept going. That's exactly how a top order Batsmen should approach his innings.
Another huge criticism for Bangladesh Batsmen:
same player plays the same shot over and over again to get runs... how many players in our lineup plays all around the park? have their leg-side game as good as the off-side? we are far too predictable, which is why many wickets were "gifted" to the opposition.
we need batsmen who are gifted at finding the gap...having a strike rate above or close to a hundred is a piece of cake for these types of players. because Bangladeshi Batsmen have limited shot selection range, it is very easily to put pressure on us with some decent tight bowling.
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