After being bowled out for zero in the first innings in Antigua, Shant made 18 runs in the second innings. On the other hand, Mominul scored zero runs in the first innings and 4 runs in the second innings.
Not only in this test, Shant-Muminul failed in the last few matches.
Muminul could not succeed in leaving the captaincy to return to the run. But in Domingo’s eyes, Shant and Muminul are both big cricketers.
Speaking at the press conference, Domingo said of Shant-Muminul, “At the moment, the confidence of the batsmen is at an all-time low.
Big players like Muminul-Shantar are suffering from lack of confidence. Confidence is always a big issue in cricket. And this time they don’t have same confidence. ‘
Bangladesh cricketers got out after playing bad shots in the first innings. Someone got out while playing the ball outside the leg, while someone went to push the ball off stump. These issues have also come up in the words of Russell Domingo.
“I made a lot of loose shots in two innings, I made a very bad decision,” he said. 103 runs in the first innings, of course more runs should be made. He could scored more than 245 runs in the second innings. ”
Bangladesh scored 245 runs in the second innings and set a target of 84 in front of the hosts. Chasing that target, Windies lost 3 wickets and scored 49 runs at the end of the third day.
They need 35 more runs to win. Bangladesh needs 6 wickets to win, which is almost impossible
That is why now the defeat of despair is waiting for Bangladesh. According to the team’s head coach Russell Domingo, the batsmen do not have the confidence to do well now.
Mentioning the names of Muminul Haque and Nazmul Hossain Shant, who are in the midst of continuous failure, Domingo said this.
At the end of the third day’s play, Domingo said, “At the moment, the confidence of the batsmen is at an all-time low.
Big players like Muminul and Shantar are suffering from lack of confidence. Confidence is always a big issue in cricket. And at the moment they don’t have that confidence in batting. ‘
Domingo cited the tendency of the batsmen to play loose shots as the reason for their downfall. 103 runs in the first innings, of course more runs should be made.
He could have scored more than 245 runs in the second innings. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. “