At the end of the first day of the Durban Test, Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo is not putting anyone ahead. Although he could not bowl well in the first session, he was fascinated by the fast bowlers’ mentality. Russell also thinks that Mirage’s strong presence on the field has strengthened the team. Although he had no regrets about the day, Domingo was quite upset as he lost half an hour due to site screen complications.

“It simply came to our notice then. When the match started at 10 o’clock, we would get more moisture. I didn’t get it at 10:30. However, my boys did not play well at the beginning of the day. Although I enjoyed their return. I always wanted to see this mentality. Do not be discouraged in any way. Mirage Utility Cricketer. His presence on the field keeps everyone energized. That run out will stick in my eyes for many days. I want to start the second day from where I finished. No one is ahead or behind yet.

Meanwhile, the head coach was happy to turn around at the end after bowling without scattering at the beginning, but reminded that the work is not over yet. He wants to see the hosts finish the first innings with 320 runs.

The hosts finished the first day at 233 for 4 at Kingsmead in Durban on Thursday (March 31). The last pair of expert batsmen are at the crease. Then will come all-rounder Vian Mulder and bowlers.

on the second day of The Hundred, the Tiger head coach also expressed his expectations to the bowlers. “I think we bowled very tight in the last session,” he said. It would be great if I could take one or two wickets in the new ball. We have to try to keep it as simple as possible. Must be consistent in the morning. Statistics show that the average run on the first day at Kingsmead is 240 for 5 wickets, so this is not a (more) run field. If we can stop them between 300-320 runs, we will fight well.

Meanwhile, Bangladesh’s decision to field after winning the toss in the first Test against South Africa is being debated. The hosts themselves said they planned to bat if they won the toss. And so they are surprised by the decision of Team Tigers.

Tiger head coach Russell Domingo said the decision to bowl was made before the batting unit was put to the test. “We have a little uncertainty about batting in a wicket that has more speed and bounce,” he said. And that is why such a decision has been taken.

Domingo said, citing some statistics from Durban, said the winning rate in the last 10 years in Durban was 56 per cent. It’s not that the batting rate is too high. ‘



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