In order to provide relief, Bangladesh tail swings against Sri Lanka.

This past week, players like Tanzim Hasan Sakib and Taskin Ahmed have made important runs and demonstrated that they are capable of more than just hitting boundaries when called upon.

Against Sri Lanka last week, Bangladesh’s lower-order batting displayed some signs of improvement. First, on March 9, in the third Twenty20 International in Sylhet, Rishad Hossain and Taskin Ahmed delivered some heavy blows. After that, Taskin continued to contribute at the bat in Friday’s second ODI in Chattogram, enabling Towhid Hridoy to reach a career-high wicketless 96 and helping Bangladesh overcome a middle-order lull.

Together with Taskin, who hit two fours and a six in his undefeated 10-ball 18, Hridoy scored 50 runs in the final 3.5 overs. In the T20I on March 9, Taskin also hit two sixes and three fours, while Rishad hit a record seven sixes.

Hridoy was also assisted by Tanzim Hasan Sakib, a rookie, on Friday for the seventh wicket. They additionally

The Bangladesh lower-order, according to Hridoy, is capable of managing both styles of batting. He stated he had enough faith in them to return the favor. They don’t seem like tail-enders to me. They seem like batters to me. They’re demonstrating their ability. I think highly of them.

“They did a good job at batting. I advised them to have a positive outlook. Anytime you feel like it, hit. I asked Taskin bhai if I should get the strike. I advised him to get his immunizations as well.

“Death over runs frequently have a significant effect. When a team bats well, confidence levels rise. Sakib and Taskin bhai were both excellent companions of mine. It is usually advantageous for the

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