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Published: 2019-01-05 09:38:26 | Updated: 2019-01-05 09:38:26

Sweet is not the return of Ashraful

Chittagong opener Cameroon Delport is going back to the pavilion and Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Ashraful, the one-time batsman of all time, is joining the field. The crowd was screaming at the gallery in the gallery. But the visitors did not have much time to celebrate, only 3 runs back to the sajagare. Ashraful has been seen in the crease very breathtaking. He did not think he was playing for five years in competitive cricket. 'Friend' confronted batting with 'Maul' Mashrafe The first time he told the run that he came in the light of spreading light. However, with just 5 balls to play, Shafiul crawled back with three runs. The visitors were also excited about his return. One viewer said that he came only to see Ashraful's game in the field. While talking, there is tension in his eyes. He said that due to Ashraful batting, extra love was born towards cricket. He hopes Ashraful will come back very well. On Friday, Mushfiq said with the teammate Ashraful in front of the media, "He has done a lot of hardships. Have done well in domestic cricket. I hope you play well (BPL) this time. If he plays well then it is good for Bangladesh cricket. " Ashraful, who was banned from cricket by the BPL, was once shocked at the cricket field. The cricket world was known as Little Dynamite due to his shots. Now the BPL is coming back and again in the game. Today did not get the first match, Ashraful hopes everyone will return to the next match.

Sweet is not the return of Ashraful

Chittagong opener Cameroon Delport is going back to the pavilion and Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Ashraful, the one-time batsman of all time, is joining the field. The crowd was screaming at the gallery in the gallery. But the visitors did not have much time to celebrate, only 3 runs back to the sajagare. Ashraful has been seen in the crease very breathtaking. He did not think he was playing for five years in competitive cricket. 'Friend' confronted batting with 'Maul' Mashrafe The first time he told the run that he came in the light of spreading light. However, with just 5 balls to play, Shafiul crawled back with three runs. The visitors were also excited about his return. One viewer said that he came only to see Ashraful's game in the field. While talking, there is tension in his eyes. He said that due to Ashraful batting, extra love was born towards cricket. He hopes Ashraful will come back very well. On Friday, Mushfiq said with the teammate Ashraful in front of the media, "He has done a lot of hardships. Have done well in domestic cricket. I hope you play well (BPL) this time. If he plays well then it is good for Bangladesh cricket. " Ashraful, who was banned from cricket by the BPL, was once shocked at the cricket field. The cricket world was known as Little Dynamite due to his shots. Now the BPL is coming back and again in the game. Today did not get the first match, Ashraful hopes everyone will return to the next match.
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