Shakib returns to Dhaka for brief coaching stint along with his private mentor

Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh’s captain on the World Cup, has travelled to Dhaka to coach along with his mentor Nazmul Abedeen Faheem whilst the remainder of the workforce arrived in Kolkata forward of their matches within the metropolis towards Netherlands on October 28 and Pakistan on October 31.
Shakib arrived in Dhaka on Wednesday afternoon, a day after Bangladesh’s 149-run loss to South Africa in Mumbai, and went straight to the Shere Bangla National Stadium to work with Abedeen. The session lasted three hours with Shakib primarily taking throwdowns within the nets.

“He arrived today. We will be training for three days,” Faheem advised ESPNcricinfo. “Today, tomorrow and day after, and then he will return to Kolkata. We worked on his batting today.”

Shakib has struggled with the bat on the World Cup, scoring simply 56 runs in 4 innings. He has taken six wickets too. All this, as Bangladesh have misplaced 4 out of their 5 video games to date and sit on the backside of the factors desk.

“Shakib probably feels comfortable working this way,” Faheem mentioned. “I am not sure what we are going to do next – I will take each session as he wants.”

As such, the Bangladesh workforce has its roster of coaches travelling in the course of the World Cup. Khaled Mahmud is the workforce director, there’s head coach Chandika Hathurusinghe, technical advisor S Sriram, and Nic Pothas, Rangana Herath, Allan Donald, Shane McDermott and Faisal Hossain all in varied roles.

Leaving a World Cup marketing campaign to go prepare with a private coach in one other (dwelling, on this case) nation is unusual. Temba Bavuma, South Africa’s captain, had earlier left the workforce in the course of the World Cup warm-up video games to return dwelling after which rejoined the workforce, however that was due to “a personal situation,” as head coach Rob Walter put it.

Shakib had beforehand left the 2019 IPL when his workforce Sunrisers Hyderabad left him out of the XI for 4 weeks. He hopped again to Dhaka to coach with distinguished native coach Mohammad Salahuddin. On that event, he selected to give attention to the upcoming ODI World Cup in England and Wales, the place he scored 606 runs took 9 wickets.

Shakib is scheduled to return to Kolkata on October 27, a day earlier than the Netherlands sport.

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