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The recent time was not very good due to injury and formula. Mustafizur Rahman The discussion starts with the cut-masters running out. The left-handed pacer gave a good answer to the criticism that he played in the second match of the series in Ireland. With a great shot against the West Indies, he increased his confidence before the World Cup.

In the match held in Dublin on Monday, Mustafiz took four wickets for 43 runs in 9 overs with four wickets. After a long time, the shining brightness of the ball is cut-master The Bangladeshi pace bowler got the last four wickets in Abu Dhabi against Pakistan in September last year. After that he was not getting any good success in the long run.

In a recent BBC report, it is said that Mustafiz's cut is not very uncommon to the batsman as before. He has gone out of the field due to frequent injuries, he has lost some of his balls. Cutting delivery is now available in Chedvadre. Reduced speed runs and bowling Deliveries have been clean. In the four years, Mustafiz's career has led to a great deal of fierce criticism. This Bangladeshi pacer got blaze just like that.

Feij has shown a great surprise in the one-day debut in 2015. He made history with 13 wickets in one series. Although he can not become as good as before, he has a good understanding of how Mustafiz can do something good.

Mashrafee and Mustafiz were bowled out for 247 runs in the West Indies innings. Bangladesh captain took three wickets for 60 runs with 10 overs to take three wickets. Mustafiz took 43 wickets in four wickets. Shakib and Miraz got one wicket each. But the anointed Separ Abu Zayed Rahi did not get any success. He spent 56 runs in 9 overs.

Earlier, on the day the two centuries were scored in a scintillating innings of 87 runs. Holder scored 62 runs.

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