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Bangladesh versus Sri Lanka | We Put Men on the Moon, Why Can't We Have Reserve Days: Rhodes

Bangladesh versus Sri Lanka | We Put Men on the Moon, Why Can't We Have Reserve Days: Rhodes
Bangladesh versus Sri Lanka | We Put Men on the Moon, Why Can't We Have Reserve Days: Rhodes 

however, bangladesh mentor Steve Rhodes was left baffled and disappointed after his side's ICC 2019 World Cup coordinate against Sri Lanka at Bristol was washed out without a ball being bowled, saying he considers it as "one point lost". 

"No doubt, it was baffling. We truly focused on this kind of game as two, and I realize that Sri Lanka would have contended in all respects energetically and are no weaklings by any stretch of the imagination. In any case, we do consider it to be one point lost, and that is disillusioning," said Rhodes at the post-coordinate question and answer session. 

"Be that as it may, practically, what can be done? Literally nothing. What's more, presently everything we can do is win our amusements coming up, each one in turn and simply think about that, which is the following game West Indies and attempt and win that." 

The wash-out at Bristol came after West Indies' experience against South Africa at Southampton on Monday was additionally relinquished because of downpour after a couple of overs of play, and Rhodes said that thinking about the perpetual downpour, he would have gotten a kick out of the chance to see save days incorporated with the calendar. 

"Better believe it, I would (there ought to have been save days). I think when you look, on the off chance that you know the English climate, unfortunately, we will get a great deal of downpour. We never know when the downpour's going to come. Individuals from everywhere throughout the world continue asking me whether it will rain; I don't have a clue. 

"Yet, right now, we're seeing a few issues. Furthermore, I know strategically, it would have been a major cerebral pain for the competition coordinators, and I realize that it would have been troublesome, yet we have a considerable amount of time in the middle of amusements, and on the off chance that we must travel multi day later, at that point so be it. We put men on the moon (chuckling) so for what reason wouldn't we be able to have a hold day, when really this competition is a long competition?" 

Rhodes additionally talked about the normal recuperation time for Shakib-Al-Hasan's damage, saying that he is confident of him partaking in the following game against West Indies, with captain Mashrafe Mortaza likewise resounding his mentor's estimations at the post-coordinate introduction. 

"No doubt, so he (Shakib) grabbed little damage, as all of you found in that game against England. He battled on and combat on, and played very well with damage. 

"We're, exceptionally idealistic that the treatment that he'll get this week and the manner in which that he can recuperate well; we're hopeful that he can play in that next game against West Indies." 

Mortaza included, "I think Shakib will be fine, regardless he has four or five days to recoup." 

Bangladesh play West Indies in their next match at Taunton next Monday, and Rhodes said that his side were sure of managing the bowling and batting risk that they will be given. 

"We've played against the West Indies bowlers, as of late, out in Ireland. Surely Oshane Thomas, too, when we played against him in Bangladesh just before Christmas. So we are very much aware of what they have and we comprehend what's coming and we are very brave to attempt and manage that. 
exceptionalionally, content with the manner in which we play the white ball, especially, when it's short. I think you've seen a portion of our amusements specifically against South Africa, that didn't stress us. A standout amongst their most touchy players is Andre Russell, and he's a considerable adversary. He's a standout amongst the best hitters in the game, by a wide margin, and on his day, he can be exceptionally, hard to bowl at. So he can remove a game from you, however , they have others, similar to all these global groups. 

"However, we realize we are very brave players ourselves, so we won't stress a lot over who we're playing against, and we'll be cheerful that they are going to stress over a portion of our players." 

Mortaza likewise stated, "It won't be simple against West Indies, Taunton is additionally an extremely little ground. Be that as it may, we don't have a lot of an alternative separated from playing hard."

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