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Before the start of the tri-series in Ireland, Soumya Sarker was in the worst form. Left-hander Batman, who was suffering from a final form in the one-day series in New Zealand and later in domestic cricket for the national team, But in spite of being in bad form, Tigers get the place in the World Cup squad. However, in the Premier League, Abahani again got the form again in the last two matches. Double century in the last match of the league. However, many of the cricket fans were skeptical, whether the Premier League format could be drawn to international level.

However, in the Ireland series, the selectors have given great confidence in the return of confidence, Soumya. Duronto batted a big role in becoming the champion of Bangladesh in the tri-series, including the final against the West Indies. The ridiculous form of Soumya government seems to have been tiger coach Steve Rhodes. If you can hold the latest form with a bat, then the opening batsman can become dangerous for any team in the World Cup. In the recently concluded tri-series, openers 64.33 with three half centuries and 193 runs at 109.65 strike rate has been compiled by the open batsman Soumya.

Tigers are now staying in England's Lestre to participate in the World Cup mission. Coach Rhodes talks with teammate Crickbaz about the team's World Cup thinking and the Ireland series. Soumya's context comes out in the conversation. The coach, who was in the form of bad form some time back, said, "Soumya has done a revolution in the way of returning to the left-hander's form. He scored a century in Dhaka Premier League and had a very difficult time before the double century. But when he is in form, it really turns out to be dangerous for the opponent. '

Soumya was consistent with the bat in the whole tri-series in Ireland In the final, his innings of 66 runs gave the foundation of becoming the champion of Tigers. Coach Steve Rhodes praised the left-handed opener's consistent form. He believes that along with the management of the team, supporters will now support Soumya. Praising the discipline, the English coach said, "It really feels like he's holding the form. I hope the supporters will support him because he's a great player. We also support him and trust him. '

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