first_imgBangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza said his team has Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza said his team has been doing well and they go into the World T20 with lot of confidence. “Its upsetting that we couldnt win the final but congratulations to the boys for making it this far. They played really well, we have exciting batsmen and bowlers, hopefully this team will carry on from here. We have a lot of confidence, we have to qualify for the WT20 first, we have a flight early in the morning,” he said. Virat Kohli said it was a tricky situation out there. “Rohit getting out early made it tricky but credit to Shikhar for the way he batted. He delivering when the team needed the most. The 94 stand (with Dhawan) was the game changer,” he said. Kohli said he loves the challenge of playing against a hostile crowd. “I back myself to find boundaries and hit the gaps, I dont try to hit too many sixes. I enjoy the crowd being against me, it pumps me up, the more they boo me the more it motivates me,” he said. Indias Team Director said he motivated the team to get revenge for their ODI series defeat here. “I just told them its a final, enjoy it. Remember the celebrations Bangladesh did when they beat us, so just get the job done,” he said. “We have a good all-round side, packed with power hitters, any of them can fire. If any area we have to tighten up, it is the bowling department. There is tremendous self- belief in the team and the tour of Australia was extremely important, bouncing back to win four matches after losing the first four. I was not surprised one bit when they chased this down,” he said. Man-of-the-series was Bangladeshs Sabbir Rahman. PTI AT ATadvertisementlast_img read more

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