We want to play our brand of cricket – Nurul Hasan

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Nurul Hasan will be leading Bangladesh in the absence of Mahmudullah

Bangladesh T20I skipper Nurul Hasan said on Friday (July 29) that they are not getting sleep over their power-hitting ability and he believes they can earn success by playing smart cricket.

A new Bangladesh side will be looking for a fresh start against Zimbabwe after their recent dying T20 form. The tourists will be playing without their skipper Mahmudullah alongside the senior cricketers – Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib al Hasan in the series.

Meanwhile, BCB handed the captaincy to Nurul Hasan for the tour of Zimbabwe and the wicket-keeper batsmen said that there is no need to implement the success formulae of other teams in the world and instead Bangladesh should focus on building their own brand of cricket.

Bangladesh T20I skipper Nurul Hasan said on Friday (July 29) that they are not getting sleep over their power-hitting ability and he believes they can earn success by playing smart cricket.

Recently, Bangladesh has been struggling due to a lack of power hitters in the team and many think that the disappointing performance in the team is due to a lack of muscle power in the batters.

Sohan was of the opinion that Bangladesh should focus on playing their own brand of cricket and consider their own strength while moving forward.

“We want to play our brand of cricket. Many teams are good at power hitting but if we can play smart and remain sensible and score boundaries instead of sixes there is a chance,”

Nurul told reporters ahead of the opening game in Harare. 

”We are not concerned about what other teams are doing as we want to create our own brand of cricket.”

The stand-in skipper added that even if they are missing the senior players in the team they don’t feel themselves inexperienced considering the fact that some of their cricketers have already spent plenty of time in cricket.

“You cannot say we are inexperienced as most of the cricketers are playing for six to seven years and so I think we are quite experienced,”

said Nurul.

Sohan, who recently replaced Mahmudullah as a skipper understands the fact that Zimbabwe won’t be an easy opponent to beat in their own backyard.

“We are well aware that we will be challenged but we are looking forward to it. You can say that this is a young team but we have not come here to learn, we want to win. The conditions are different but we cannot give that excuse.”

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