Bangladesh Squad Ratings- The player performance analysis of the victorious team
Published - Jun 25, 2015 7:54 am | Updated - Jun 25, 2015 7:54 am
Bangladesh Squad Ratings- The player performance analysis of the victorious team: Bangladesh scripted a historic series win against India, prevailing over them 2-1 in what was one of the most famous wins for the team. Not many expected the young Bangladeshi side to rock a full fledged Indian team, but the tigers did it, proving that they aren’t whipper snappers, but capable of competing with the best. Bangladesh as a team performed exceedingly well with the batters putting in some good performances, their bowlers chipping in with wickets at regular intervals and also some quality fielding.
Appreciation poured in from all corners of the cricketing world with former players like Geoffrey Boycott saying that Bangladesh aren’t minnows anymore. They’ve proved their mettle outclassing Pakistan 3-0 in the previous series and now have thumped the Indians as well. These victories are sure to get ingrained in the hearts of fervent Bangladeshi fans for some time to come.
Let’s take a look at the Bangladesh Squad Ratings:
Tamim Iqbal- 5/10:
The talented left handed batsman struck a wonderfully constructed half century in the first game which was one of the reasons why Bangladesh went past the 300 mark. However he was unimpressive in the next two games faltering for single digit scores. Overall he scored 70 runs in the 3-match series, an unimpressive stat for a first rate player like him.