But Mahmudullah, Bangladesh’s captain in the shortest format of the game, is apparently immuned from such scrutiny. Defeats continue to pile up, the team continues playing without any clear direction ...
After losing the first of the two-match Test series against the West Indies by seven wickets, Bangladesh’s captain Shakib Al Hasan said the batting performance in this Test is not acceptable to him
The Australian sees two clear positives of having Shakib as captain once again after Mominul Haque quit the post to concentrate more on his batting
Prothom Alo (English) takes looks at who are the prime candidates to be Bangladesh’s next Test captain, what makes them suitable for the job and what their drawbacks are
“I am failing to contribute for the team as a captain. I feel that now it’s time to give the captaincy to someone else. I have said what I had to say, now the decision is up to them (BCB).”
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has already conveyed to Mominul that they want to see him become consistent with the bat once again and have asked him to rethink if he wants to continue as captain.
Bangladesh Test captain Mominul Haque has sought the assistance of veteran coach Nazmul Abedeen Fahim to overcome his poor form
Mushfiq struck a brilliant 175 not out and Liton made 141 in the first innings to rescue the team from 24-5.
There is no better option than Mominul at this moment given Bangladesh’s condition in the Test cricket, said Shakib at Hasan
Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo backed Mominul to get back to amongst runs very soon, saying that the Test captain is not out of form, rather he is out of runs at this moment
Mushfiqur Rahim (20) and Litton Das (14) were on a rescue mission with a partnership of 28 runs as of filing of this report
Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque sensed a victory in the second Test against Sri Lanka at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka, given their track record and condition here
Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque won the toss and elected to bat in the second and final Test against Sri Lanka at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Monday
Bangladesh had a glimmer of hope of winning the Test when they reduced Sri Lanka to 161-6 in the second innings about halfway through the second session
Bangladesh batting coach Jamie Siddons was happy to see the batters show the discipline that he talked about after a disastrous series in South Africa