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Taskin wants to play 'dream world cup'

Australia-New Zealand cricketers of Bangladesh have not forgotten the World Cup. Young pacer Taskin Ahmed took a great look at the extravagant performance at that time, grabbing a great eye. RKT World Cup to the doorstep Talks about whether he will get the place in the forthcoming England World Cup. But this young pacer's dream is to get a place in the World Cup squad, and if he gets the chance to get his best mark.

This time back Taskin returned to the national team with a great performance in the BPL. But unfortunately, he missed the last match of the BPL and was beaten by the team. New Zealand could not go. However, he has recovered much from the injury. The young pacer, who has been in the field since the long one and a half month rehabilitation

Taskin of the journalists at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla Stadium on Saturday, relating to the relief news, said, "There is a lot better now in the grace of Allah. There is no pain. Hopefully I can start bowling very fast. "

The main goal of this young pacer is the World Cup. In this context, he said, "I now prefer the World Cup. This World Cup is my dream. My main goal of getting the chance in the World Cup squad is 100 percent fit. That will be my endeavor. '

The world's biggest cricket tournament will be played in the field on May 30. The teams are preparing for the last moment preparing for the final round of this event. Bangladesh will play before the World Cup tri-series against Ireland and West Indies.

The first match of Bangladesh in the World Cup will be held in London on 2 o'clock in The Oval. Tigers' first match against South Africa Bangladesh will play nine matches of the World Cup in 8 venues in England and Wales

Everyone will play in each of the 10 teams participating in the long, one-and-a-half-long tournament. The best round will be in the semi-finals
                

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