The cricketers should make the most of their games in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League, however rather they are taking a break at home because of the shutdown to handle coronavirus.
Akbar Ali, the Under-19 World Cup-winning Bangladesh commander, said the time is exhausting and baffling.
Dhaka League was deferred directly after the underlying episode of the infection in the nation.
From that point forward, cricketers are remaining at their homes. While conversing with UNB on Saturday, Akbar said the circumstance is making them disappointed.
“It’s an exhausting, disappointing and awkward time. It’d have been acceptable on the off chance that we got an opportunity to play to sharpen our range of abilities.
We’ve a calendar for a training camp after Eid. I don’t have the foggiest idea whether the schedule will be a similar at this point. Obviously, the block will accompany a thought.
We don’t have anything to do now,” Akbar said.
After World Cup triumph, Akbar, alongside his group, was granted an opportunity in the Under-21 group which will be of absolute significance for the cricketers.
Akbar said he is simply concentrating on his wellness during this pandemic.
“I’m concentrating on my wellness currently as I’ve nothing more to do because of the lockdown.
Our mentor Richard (Stonier) comes to Instagram live each day to show us how to remain fit during this time.
Not simply us, his live meeting is accessible for all.
Indeed, even you can join his instructional meeting. This is helping us a great deal.
I’m additionally doing some batting drills at home,” Abkar included.
While numerous cricketers are relaxing learning new dialects or understanding books, Akbar decided to watch motion pictures and batting exhibitions on the web.
“There’s nothing exceptional I’m doing. To sit back, I watch films as I am not a major enthusiast of understanding books.
In addition, I’m viewing my old recordings and batting exhibitions of cricketing legends.
I trust it encourages me get persuaded and remain certain,” Akbar said.