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Mahmudullah said that he is very fortunate

Bangladesh Cricket Team returns to New Zealand on Saturday night after a wait of anxiety. During a Friday prayers at a mosquito in Christchurch, cricketers managed to save a little from the terrorist attack. After the incident, the third Test against New Zealand was canceled. As a part of the process of returning to the players at the fastest time, Bangladesh Cricket team arrived in Dhaka on Saturday night at 10:40 pm.

Critics faced by such a horrible experience are in a very natural condition. No one spoke to crowded journalists at the airport. Acting captain Mahmudullah Riyadh just briefly describes some of the things that happened in New Zealand and the subsequent situation.

Regarding any queries from journalists present at the airport, acting captain Mahmudullah said, "After the incident, nobody was able to sleep all night. We only once thought one thing, how fortunate we are. I will say to the people, you will all pray for us. I can overcome this emotional shock. '

The cricketers became desperate to return to the country immediately following the death situation. All of the people have expressed their desire to return home quickly. Bangladesh Cricket Board (PCB) has taken some steps to bring the country back to the country in one day. Thanking the Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan Papon for taking such effective steps, Mahmudullah said, "Thank you very much to the BCB, thank you also for the patron brother. I would like to thank the New Zealand Cricket Board as well. "

It is to be noted that on Saturday, the cricketers, who were on their way to the Singapore Airlines Airlines flight, were going to Bangladesh on Saturday. All the players, managers Khalid Masud, coach Steve Rhodes, computer expert Srinivas Chandrashekhar, including 19 all returned to the same flight.
                

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