No close to home objective, additional weight in last World Cup – Mashrafe Mortaza

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Bangladesh commander Mashrafe Mortaza has called attention to that he doesn’t have any “individual objective” and won’t take “any additional weight” in his last ICC Cricket World Cup.

“This is unquestionably my last World Cup. I need to execute as a player, and obviously, my job as commander will be significant as well. I need to satisfy my obligations, yet there is nothing more I can do. I don’t have any close to home objectives. I never need to take any additional weight,” ICC cited Mortaza, as saying.

“I am an adherent to karma. So what is intended to occur, will occur. It is additionally not that I will do any additional readiness. It is simply one more enormous competition for us and we need to play well to make it paramount. Nothing is inconceivable, however it will be significant for us to deal with the high points and low points,” he said.

The 35-year-old said that Bangladesh squad named for the anticipated marquee occasion is like the squads that challenged the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and Asia Cup 2018, including, the players that have the ticket to England for the World Cup, are the “best accessible” in the group.

“It is a similar group separated from a couple of players, which has been playing together for the last two-three years yet we don’t have any trophy to demonstrate despite the fact that we played a few finals,” he said.

“The group did not do anything so noteworthy meanwhile that they ought to have been named as the best group. This sort of tag makes superfluous weight on the players. I would prefer not to say it is the best group however truly, we are going to play the World Cup with our best accessible group. That is it,” Mortaza said.

The 50-over competition, starting May 30, will see 10 groups contending in a round-robin position, with the best four sides fitting the bill for the semi-finals. Along these lines, the squad profundity will be the way to remain at the top.

“Almost certainly this World Cup will be harder for us as a result of the organization. In any case, regardless I trust we can do something exceptional. Just we have to begin the competition from a positive point of view. We have to take it to coordinate by match as opposed to suspecting excessively far,” Mortaza said.

Bangladesh will play Pakistan and India in the warm-ups, before opening its World Cup battle against South Africa on June 2 at The Oval.

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