The most successful Bangladesh ODI’s skipper, Mashrafe Mortaza has revealed his plan to quit down on captaincy and the game Bangladesh is headed with at present [ZIMvsBAN, ODI 3 of 3] is the last for him as the skipper.
Mashrafe has taken this decision on behalf of his form so he can work better on his form. He has denounced that his plans don’t include stepping down as a player and he still will be available for selection after being considerable.
“I am everything due to cricket. If I didn’t finish playing cricket, I would have been doing fish farming. My future definitely includes cricket, and if a player requires me, I will give it my best. I have to do my work in my constituency until the next election after ZIMvsBAN.”
“I am leaving the Bangladesh captaincy,”
The third ODI [ZIMvsBAN] is going to be my last game as captain. I took the decision myself. As a player, I will keep trying to give my best if I get the opportunity. I wish the next captain all the best.”
Mashrafe Mortaza has been headed into 87 ODI games winning 47 out of them which makes him the most successful national captain in the format. The team is going pretty fine against Zimbabwe like they are trying to make the last game for the captain the memorable one.
— Bangladesh Cricket (@BCBtigers) March 6, 2020
Mashrafe Mortaza will lead Bangladesh for the last time in ODIs today 🙏
🇧🇩 fans, what have been your favourite memories of him as captain? pic.twitter.com/6dm3GPyDvf
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) March 6, 2020