India has led off their parade of winning against all the countries they have played with. Right from South Africa till Afghanistan, India has vowed everyone in the World Cup campaign. However, the sta all-rounder of Bangladesh, Shakib al Hasan believes that with their personal best, the need can outweigh their title favorites and even keep the hopes of the semifinals alive. The all-rounder, Shakib al Hasan has been displaying his tremendous worth with his brilliant display after he scored a fifty in the match in which Bangladesh defeated Pakistan by 62 runs on Monday. They have therefore grabbed the fifth spot in the points table.
Now Bangladesh will be facing India on July 2 and Pakistan on July 5 in the final two group matches and for keeping the hopes of the knockout stage alive, they will have to beat both the teams.
India are the top side, someone who is looking at the title
Talking about the same, The Bangladeshi all-rounder said that India are on the top side and so they are someone looking straight on the title. They will therefore be giving their best shot for it. “India are the top side, someone who is looking at the title, it is not going to be easy but we will give it our best shot. Experience will help, we have to play our best cricket to be able to beat India. They have got world-class players who can take the match in their own hands. We have to be at our best but I believe we are a capable enough team,” said Hasan.
We have our own brand of cricket
Even the same is referred by the bowling coach of the Bangladeshi squad, Sunil Joshi who said that they will be trying to produce goods against India when they battle with the team next week. “We have shown in the white ball formats here and before this how we are a good side, we won in Ireland, we have beaten West Indies home and away and come close to beating India three times in the past three years. We have our own brand of cricket we are playing with the likes of Liton Das, Mushfiqur Rahim, Soumya Sarkar, Tamim Iqbal, then Mashrafe Mortaza with the ball, and the others,” said Joshi.