Published:  02:01 AM, 05 December 2019

Nurul wants to be finisher in BPL

Nurul wants to be finisher in BPL Nurul Hasan

Bangladesh and the perennial search for a finisher never ends. Nasir Hossain was the prospect to occupy the musical chair but he failed to show consistence performance. Out-of-favour Nurul Hasan can never be neglected.

Overlooked Bangladesh wick keeper batsman is considered one of the best wicketkeeper of the country at this moment but he did not get ample opportunities to show his finishing mettle for national side.

But Nurul did not lose hopes as he wants to show some finishing touches in the upcoming Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League (BBPL) for Chattogram Challenger keeping establish him as the finisher for national team in mind.

"Everyone sees how many 50 or 100 you are making but I think 10-run is important if it helps the team to win the game. Suppose I hit 100 but my team loses the game, then the value of 100 is nothing to me."

Nurul Hasan Sohan told reporters on Wednesday. Presently, there is huge competition in the Bangladesh team for wicket keeping slot and middle order. Natsman cum kipper Mushfiq is one of the best Bangladesh batsmen currently.

Liton also pressed his claim in recent times with some delightful innings with gloves. Other wicketkeeper batsman Mohammad Mithun usually plays for national side as a batsman. The 26-year-old Nurul has already played three Tests, two ODIs and nine T20 Internationals but failed to impress the selectors with bat.

Nurul however had an outstanding season in recent concluded National Cricket League with bat for Khulna Division. Now he has a great opportunity to prove his worth in BPL to seal national berth. Nurul said that he is ready to take up the challenge of finishing the game well by scoring some significant runs.

"In some cases, I think in different way. Self-satisfaction matters most to me. I think if I can help the side win the game by scoring just 10 runs, then I will be happy. I have played well in National Cricket League and for A team. I had some healthy score there also. Now my challenge is to finish the game well and help the side win the game," Nurul said.

"In the last match with the national team, I scored 47 runs. Probably there was something like team combination, that's why many things don't happen. But for me it is important to give my best regardless of the fact of where I play," he added.



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