“They needed 104 runs from eight overs in favourable conditions and the ball was coming on to the bat,” Taskin mentioned on the post-match press convention after Bangladesh took a 1-0 lead within the three-match collection. “It was slightly wet out there too. But we didn’t relax till the last over. We stuck to the process. We focused on the execution, whatever the situation demanded. It is our responsibility to adjust to the wicket. We are assessing the conditions and adjusting ourselves to the behaviour of the wicket. It is part of the learning process. If we can execute properly, we can bowl better.”
Taskin additionally noticed that the extra Bangladesh play on batting-friendly circumstances, the higher will probably be for the quick bowlers. “Major events are played on sporting pitches so we should play all levels on these conditions. It favours both batters and bowlers. It will challenge the bowlers in batting-friendly conditions but there will be improvement too. More we play on good wickets, we will be more confident. We won the last two series playing in better wickets, so this is a good motivation.
“Accuracy must be 100% on good wickets in any other case there’s an opportunity of leaking boundaries. So on higher wickets, the bowler can be extra targeted on good execution. It will certainly result in enchancment.”
Taskin reiterated Bangladesh’s desire to be one of the best fast bowling groups in the world. “If we are able to all develop into world-class bowlers, will probably be robust for the opponents to deal with us,” he said. “Big groups have 4 or 5 world-class quick bowlers. We need the identical factor. We are treating it like a household, the bowling unit, and serving to one another within the final two and a half years.
“We are improving but we are still to reach the next level but I believe we are in the right track. We have a great mindset so we can reach the goal of becoming a world-class attack.”
Taskin mentioned that all-round assist from the team-mates and workforce administration helps Bangladesh evolve right into a extra aggressive workforce. “Fear of failure holds you back. We want to play free cricket. Everyone is supporting each other, starting from the very top of the team management. They tell us not to hesitate when executing our skills. They want us to play our game freely, bring our A-game. Play aggressive cricket.”