Sports Desk: Compared to the Test and T20 formats, the Tigers have maintained their strong position in ODI cricket. The last series win against West Indies on their home soil is a great example of this. After returning to Dhaka after winning the series from the Caribbean Islands, all-rounder Mehdi Hasan Miraj said that he dreams of winning the Asia Cup and the World Cup.
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Miraj said this in response to a question from reporters at Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Wednesday (July 20) at 5:30 pm.
All-rounder Mirage said, ‘2023 World Cup is not far away. Maybe 15 months left. The way we’re going, I think the next World Cup will be even better for us if we go through this process. Because there will be many experienced players. With a fairly good experience, we will be able to play well in the World Cup.
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Miraj also said, ‘If we do well in the World Cup, it will be good for us, it will be good for the country. Will definitely try to achieve something big. But you can’t say that I will be the World Cup champion. We can try, maybe play well. We can figure out how to win the World Cup. It’s about luck. We dream of winning the Asia Cup and the World Cup.’