Bangladesh focused on victory – not revenge – against Hathurusinghe's Sri Lanka

Bangladesh will not be driven by any desire for revenge when they come up against their former coach Chandika Hathurusinghe in the Asia Cup opener in Dubai on Saturday. According to Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal, the team only feel affection towards their ex-coach, who is now in charge of Sri Lanka.


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Way to go

(Last edited by TVP on September 13, 2018 - 10:02)
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Point to note that despite all the talent and talking Bangladesh is every to win anything ever! This is no acceptable for a team that has some really world class players starting with Sakib and it's time they focused on their game and take the next step to put a win on the board.

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No way, Bangla can win a Championship unless Bangla acquires my winning captain and makes him as Bangla captain… That is the missing link in Bangla team. I know it because I coached them. He will hang onto this position by giving gifts/perks to even to kids of housemaids of all key hireups… My selectors enjoys it although we get eliminated within early rounds. If he leaves, I have to use 10-men team without a captain…(LOL).

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