This player became captain on the basis of just 5 balls, this is amazing news, watch video

26-year-old Bangladeshi all-rounder Mosaddak Hossain has played only 12 T20 matches for his country so far, but after a brilliant performance, he has got this responsibility for one match.

Mosaddak Hossein took five wickets in an innings for the first time in his career.

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The issue of captaincy has been in the news a lot in the cricket world for the past few weeks. There have been major changes in captaincy in England, but they have been permanent changes. On the other hand, there is the Indian team, which during this period used three-four captains one after the other for different reasons. Well, it is a matter of pride for everyone to captain one’s country, even for one match, and at the moment this is the opportunity. Bangladesh Of Mosaddak Hossein Who got the command of the team on the basis of just 5 balls.

Hossain, who created panic with his bowling in the second match of the ongoing T20 series between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, got the responsibility of captaincy of the team just two days after his impressive performance. Hossain wreaked havoc with his balls in the second match of the series, on the basis of which Bangladesh won the match as well as leveled the series.

5 balls created panic

In the second T20 match, Mosaddak Hossein made half of Zimbabwe’s team his victim. Zimbabwe had lost their top 5 wickets within just 7 overs and these five wickets came from 5 charismatic deliveries from Mosaddak. The 26-year-old off-spin all-rounder performed the best of his career, spending just 20 runs in 4 overs and taking 5 wickets. On the basis of this performance of Mossaddak, Bangladesh restricted Zimbabwe to just 135 runs and then won the match easily.

Now the preference is given to the senior player

In such a situation, when there has been a disaster on the Bangladeshi team in the middle of the series, Mossadak has got the reward for his performance. In fact, Nurul Hasan, who was made the captain of the team for the series, was ruled out of the third and final match on Tuesday 2 August due to injury. In such a situation, the Bangladeshi board has decided to temporarily give the captaincy to Mosaddak for this last match. It was believed that the senior player of the team and once captained Litton Das could get this responsibility in the last match, but the Bangladeshi board has surprised with its decision. The three-match series is tied at 1-1.

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