Bangladesh made this player the captain of all three formats Test, ODI and T20, suddenly handed over the command – India TV Hindi

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Bangladesh Cricket Team: Bangladesh cricket team has announced its new captain for all three formats. Nazmul Hasan Shanto has got the captaincy of the team. He has been entrusted with this great responsibility for one year. This makes it clear that Nazmul Hasan Shantu will captain the Bangladesh team in T20 World Cup 2024. He has already taken the reins of Bangladesh captaincy.

This player got the captaincy

Nazmul Hasan Shanto recently captained New Zealand in Tests and ODIs. Apart from this, he was the captain of the Bangladeshi team in the final match of the ODI World Cup 2023. According to a report by ESPNcricinfo, the name of Shakib Al Hasan was considered for the ODI captaincy, but the board nominated Shantu for the role. Shakib-ul-Hasan has an eye problem. He has already informed the board about this. Due to this, Shakib will be out of the upcoming Sri Lanka series.

He has captained many matches so far.

Nazmul Hasan has so far captained Bangladesh in 11 international matches, including 2 Tests, 6 ODIs and three T20Is. Shakib had announced before the World Cup last year that he would step down from ODI captaincy after the marquee 50-over event. He had also indicated that he was unlikely to continue in Tests but expressed his interest in leading the team during the T20 World Cup.

Bangladesh could not win the World Cup title

BCB also announced Ghazi Ashraf Hussain as the new chief selector of the senior men’s team. This meant that after eight years, Minhajul Abedin’s time as chief selector was over. Bangladesh team could not win the title of ODI World Cup and T20 World Cup even once.

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