Shakib Al Hasan: West Indies beat Bangladesh by 7 wickets in the first test. With this win, West Indies have gone 1-0 up in the two-Test series. Actually, in the fourth innings, West Indies got a target of 84 runs to win, which was easily achieved. Now after this defeat, Bangladeshi captain Shakib Al Hasan has given a big statement. He has blamed his batsmen for this crushing defeat.
Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan said that the toss played an important role, but we cannot complain about it. He said that if our team had given itself a chance to settle down, the situation would have been different. Just one bad session ended the match for us. He further said that I am very happy with my bowlers, but the performance of the batsmen is not acceptable.
‘We continue to do poorly in Test cricket’
Shakib Al Hasan said that we are consistently performing poorly in Test cricket. Our batsmen have to score runs, our team has to work on this weakness. It is worth noting that in the second innings for Bangladesh, wicket-keeper batsman Nurul Hasan scored the highest 64 runs. There was a partnership of 123 runs for the seventh wicket between Nurul Hasan and captain Shakib Al Hasan, but the rest of the batsmen did not get along.
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