Mustafiz returns to the field
Star paceman Mustafizur Rahman was resting in his home after returning from New Zealand tour. Of course, this left-handed pacer is already sitting on the pitch. She is married to Mamata Bone and Dhaka University student Samia Parvin Shimu. After being rested some time back to the field. He started his career as the Shanpukur Cricket Club in Dhaka Premier Cricket League on Monday.
Mustafiz came to Dhaka last week and also practiced at the Cricket Academy ground in Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla Stadium yesterday. Talking to reporters, Mustafiz said, "Before coming to Dhaka, I practiced in my area before coming to Dhaka. Hopefully, I can do something good in the field. "
Mustafiz has taken six wickets in the last five ODIs. In the two matches he failed to show himself. So the Premier League is a big opportunity for him to return to his best form.
Mustafiz has taken 43 wickets in 43 one-day internationals with 77 wickets at an average of 21.71 in 42 innings. His career-best bowling figures of 6 for 43 runs
Mustafiz is considered one of Tigers' bowling attack in the upcoming ODI World Cup. The World Cup will be held in England and Wales from May 30 to July 14.
On March 22, Mustafiz married Satkhira. Mustafiz's marriage to the bride's house was done in a domestic environment. England have announced to host the event after the World Cup, the two sides said. According to Mustafiz's family sources, 'The Fees' has been married to his mother's choice.
Left-handed pacer Mustafiz, who made his debut in 2015, surprised the world of cricket. The young man who came from Satkhira became a moment in the universe. Finding the title of 'Cutter Master' and 'The Fees', impressed by his extraordinary bowling.