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The first target of Bangladesh is South Africa

The official press conference of the 10-team captains participating in the Cricket World Cup held in London on Thursday. Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza joined the press conference on the previous day. The press conference ends with the smiling gestures, photoscations and question-answer sessions. The captains of all the participating parties talk about the goals and prospects of their respective teams. Tiger captain Mashrafe expressed satisfaction with the team and said that in this year the team has the ability to defeat any team!

Bangladesh has not won an unbeaten title in the recently concluded tri-series in Ireland. Jason Holder's West Indies lost the game in the final In addition to senior cricketers, there are some great young players in the team. Expressing optimism about the team comprising of experience and youth, Mashrafe said, "We have some good boys in the team, who are playing really exciting cricket."

Bangladesh – Bangladesh climbed to the quarterfinals of the last edition held in New Zealand. After that tournament, the Bangladesh team had a wonderful rise in international cricket. In addition to winning the series against big teams, Bangladesh played in the Champions Trophy semi-finals in 2017. So the excellence of the excitement has now risen to the highest level of Tigers. Mashrafe said: "Cricket is such a game where you can defeat anyone on any given day. We hope that in the beginning it is a good thing. We are confident, but everything depends on good start. "

The Bangladesh team will start this year's World Cup with a match against strong South Africa on June 2. Mashrafe wants to start the World Cup against Proteas So, the captain of the South Africa game said, "We need to play well against South Africa in Faf du Plessis on June 2. Hope we can start well.

Mashrafe is going to lead Bangladesh in the second World Cup this year. Mashrafe, who is going to play the fourth World Cup in the country, is proud of leading the country to the two world cups. So at the press conference, the Bangladesh captain said, 'I truly feel proud. The World Cup is very close. We are very excited as a team. '
                

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