Tigers adapt to New Zealand conditions well: Bashar
News Desk || risingbd.com
It is difficult for any team of the subcontinent to adapt to the conditions in New Zealand. The challenge for cricketers is to adapt to this completely different environment of the country. However, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) selector Habibul Bashar said that Tigers have adapted well to the current tour.
Bashar came up with the information in a video message sent from New Zealand on Saturday (March 6).
He said, “It was very important for us to adapt to the conditions in New Zealand. Everyone has adapted well to this time and the facilities in New Zealand are excellent.”
Tigers visited New Zealand to play three ODIs and as many T20Is. The first match of the tour will start on March 20. But the Bangladesh team left Dhaka one month ago, on 23 February. They reached country on February 24. The cricketers are now going through a 14-day quarantine. After 7 days of isolation, the cricketers are now getting a chance to practice in small groups.
After all, Habibul Bashar thinks, it was obviously good for staying in New Zealand for a long time before the start of the series and adapting to the environment.