Tamim needs to expand on ‘Bangladeshi brand of cricket’

Tamim Iqbal has said that he would need his group to zero in and expand on the 'Bangladeshi brand of cricket' instead of follow any other individual as the left-gave batsman is set to lead the Tigers in the ODI arrangement against West Indies beginning tomorrow. 

In the wake of having driven Bangladesh inconsistently on a couple of events already, the Tamim was named as the drawn out captain of the ODI group when Mashrafe Bin Mortaza played his last match as skipper during the home arrangement against Zimbabwe in March a year ago. 

In any case, 31-year-old needed to stand by 10 months to understand his fantasy about driving the group, inferable from the break because of the pandemic. Since the opportunity has arrived, Tamim needs to see Bangladesh develop and thrive under his authority. 

"What I generally organize is creating Bangladeshi brand of cricket. Each nation has its own style. So I don't figure we ought to follow any other individual. We are not as (actually) solid as Windies, neither too fabricated (genuinely) as the Australians. Yet, we do have preferences which different groups don't have," Tamim said during a virtual pre-coordinate question and answer session on Tuesday. 

While the left-hander didn't specify what he explicitly implied by Bangladeshi brand of cricket, he said he might want his group to 'center around their qualities.' 

The 31-year-old batsman captained two groups locally as Bangladesh began groundwork for global arrangement two months prior. He believes he would have gained from those encounters, however stayed open about adjusting to circumstances when gotten some information about his favored style of captaincy. 

"Style of captaincy will create with time. With time, it will be obvious to myself and others which heading I am going….There will be pressure in worldwide cricket, however the significant thing is the way you adapt up to the pressing factor," Tamim said. 

Tamim additionally said that it is of central significance to make a decent beginning against the guests, not pondering their apparent shortcomings and take all the matches approaching the World Cup in 2023 with equivalent significance.