Originally Posted by MyRoom
He scored match winning contributions at the World Cup against England and the Netherlands infact he was our best batsman at that tournament plus almost scored a deserving 100 against Australia. I agree with Gowza that Imrul is pretty much a one-day specialist batsman.
Our selectors don't believe in the idea of any format specialist (Zia the exception). Whoever is good in tests, also good for T20s.