Mahmudullah assumes fault for tragic World T20 misfortune against India

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Dhaka, Apr.13: Bangladesh all-rounder Mahmudullah has assumed full liability for his side’s awful one-run rout against India in the World Twenty20 gathering stage match, saying that it was totally his issue for not having the capacity to complete the diversion to support them.

“Still there was trust. I thought we could get no less than one keep running off the last ball. It didn’t happen, and it was my flaw. I needed to complete the amusement off. The chance was there, I couldn’t take it. I missed a ball that must be struck for a six. I can’t do a reversal and do it once more. Be that as it may, I will attempt to take the more secure choice next time I face such a circumstance,” the 30-year-old was cited as saying by ESPNcricinfo.

The center request batsman conceded that it was a disastrous misfortune for his whole group as his side missed an awesome opportunity to beat India at their home ground.

“Could I overlook what was the deal? Not for once did we think we wouldn’t win when we required two keeps running off three balls with myself and Mushfiqur at the wrinkle. To be completely forthright, I couldn’t trust Mushfiqur would get out in the wake of hitting two fours. At that point I got out. It was my flaw. It was a gigantic opportunity to beat India in India, yet we couldn’t take it. It was tragic for every one of us,” he included.

Pursuing an objective of 146, Bangladesh required just two keeps running off the last three dishes to pull off their first ever T20 win over India.

Yet, Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya took two wickets in two balls, first Mushfiqur Rahim and afterward Mahmudullah before Mahendra Singh Dhoni likewise ran out Mustafizur Rahman in the last chunk of the amusement.

Mahmudullah, who had a go at hitting a full hurl for a six preceding getting got out, demanded that he would never pardon himself for that one-run misfortune and said that he could never hazard the big cheese at whatever point a circumstance emerge in future.

The match against India was the main curse in Mahumudullah’s generally compensating year, as he scored two consecutive hundreds in the 2015 World Cup for Bangladesh before crushing 275 keeps running in 14 T20 innings for his side this season.