After Bangladesh experienced its fourth misfortune in the continuous ICC World Cup 2023, skipper Shakib Al Hasan supported his side to get back to winning ways and conceded his group had no response to Heinrich Klaasen’s severe late-hitting. South Africa’s huge first-innings absolute of 382/5 at the Wankhede Arena was driven by Quinton de Kock’s twentieth ODI century and some turbulent late hitting from Heinrich Klaasen and David Mill operator. The Proteas likewise gathered a huge net run rate help with another decided 149-run prevail upon Bangladesh.
De Kock and Klaasen bossed Bangladesh bowlers while pounding them mercilessly generally around the ground. De Kock gave his group a strong stage with his thump of 174 from 140 balls, crushing 22 limits. Klaasen with his hard-hitting controlled Proteas to a mammoth aggregate anyway he missed the mark concerning his hundred years, leaving for 90 from 49 balls.
Shakib adulated the tasteful batting by Quinton and Klaasen and feels that they ought to have bowled better. The Bangladesh skipper figures that this was quite possibly of the most costly last 10 over they have bowled in quite a while.
“We bowled the initial 25 overs well. We got three wickets, they were going at around 5 an over. From that point they kicked on. Quinton batted all around well, and the manner in which Klaasen completed was something we had no solution to. On a ground like this, it can work out yet we ought to have been bowled better. Lost the game in the last 10 overs,” Shakib Al Hasan said in a post-match show.
Bangladesh’s top request neglected to set up enormous sudden spikes in demand for the score with the exception of Mahmudullah who played a watchful thump of 111 runs.
“Has been a ton of discussing whether Mushfiq and Mahmudullah ought to bat higher. Yet, the job they have, they’re doing well indeed. Our main four hitters need to do admirably,” he added.
Shakib upheld his side to get back to winning ways and said they needed to complete in the main 5 or 6 groups in the event that not the semis.
“Long approach in this competition, anything can occur. A ton to be learnt, and a great deal to play for. Will very much want to complete 5-6 while perhaps not in the semis. We’re not playing like a group that can make it happen, yet desires to complete more grounded,” the Bangladesh captain said.
With only one win in five experiences, Bangladesh will confront Netherlands on October 28 at the Eden Nurseries in Kolkata.