The 43-year-old was with the team in the 2020 Women's T20 World Cup.
In his last competitive game for the Abahani Limited, he smashed a 124-ball 127 that earned him the Player of the Match award.
The confusion over whether Bangladesh will travel to Pakistan for the third leg of their tour has become more evident thanks to the Bangladesh Cricket Board chief Nazmul Hassan’s latest statement on social media. Bangladesh is expected to play one ODI and one Test in this leg, after previously playing 3 T20Is and one Test […]
The decision will still be discussed as the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) hasn't said anything yet.
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The two-match Test series will be crucial for the Tigers as this will be their first match in the tournament at home.
Furthermore, BCB might also cancel their third and final phase of the Pakistan tour, which was organized after much persuasion.
The list included 16 names and the exclusion of the 27-year-old Sarkar came as a surprise to many.
Also, in line is the much-anticipated Asia XI v World XI two-match T20I series, to be played on March 20 and 21 in Dhaka.
Rishabh Pant, Shikhar Dhawan, Mohammed Shami and Kuldeep Yadav will feature in both the games for Asia XI.