Britain’s Bangladeshi twelfth man

During the 38th over of the first day of the season of the main Test among Britain and New Zealand at the Master’s Cricket Ground on Thursday, Britain called upon a substitute defender who wasn’t essential for their crew.

The player didn’t have a name on the rear of his pullover, yet the people who follow district cricket could undoubtedly detect that it was Robin Das-an English resident of Bangladeshi plunge who has been making a ton of buzz in Britain’s homegrown cricket scene.
Robin wasn’t important for Britain’s 13-man crew for the principal Test against New Zealand. Britain’s twelfth and thirteenth man in the crew Harry Stream and Craig Overton were at that point handling as substitutes when Matthew Potts got harmed while blowing away the 38th.

The administration then, at that point, called upon Robin from the stores. His Essex province colleague Nikhil Gorantla comparably had an opportunity to field for Britain from the stores seat
Robin was brought into the world in Leytonstone, London in 2002. His dad Mridul Das is from Sunamganj, Bangladesh. Robin has played all his cricket in Britain and is right now playing for Essex.
Robin Das was near playing in Bangladesh’s homegrown circuit. He had placed his name in the draft for the Bangabandhu Twenty20 Cup in late 2020. However, no group picked him for the competition.

Robin was named Essex’s “Foundation Player of The Year” in 2019.