Bangladesh’s Opener Tamim Iqbal Named The Indian and Two Other Bowlers difficult To Play

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Bangladesh’s Well experienced player Tamim Iqbal, who is having a good time in international cricket at this moment, and scoring good runs, and meanwhile with an interview he named the 3 star bowler he found to be very difficult to read and play.

In the interview he said and marked Ravichandran Ashwin, Morne Morkel, and Saeed Ajmal as difficult bowlers and he faced a lot of difficulties while playing against these players.

Tamim Iqbal, Ravichandran was the first one he faced an issue while reading his hand and playing against him and he already has taken his wicket 4 times in international cricket and 2 times in a test and once in ODI.

However, on the other hand Pakistan’s Bowler Saeed Ajmal had n’t taken his wicket yet but when this bowler at the peak of his career he was unable to read and very difficult to play.

Apart from these he also added the south Africa player Morne Morkel in this list.

Tamim Iqbal is the highest run-scorer from Bangladesh and he made the,13308 runs in 341 match with an average of 35.11, in which 23 hundred and 81 half-centuries he scored.

On the other hand Ravichandran Ashwin took 365 wickets in 71 test match, and 150 wickets in 11 ODI, and 52 wickets in 46 T-20 and honored with the Arjuna award in 2012-12 and Test player of the year in 2016.

With the Interview, Tamim Iqbal said ” First I would talk about Saeed Ajmal, When he was on his career peak I was not able to play against him even I was facing a lot of problems reading him, and even playing against the South Africa bowler Morne Morkel was also difficult for me, last the most Ravichandran Aswin. I would like to name these bowlers because these have some quality when they bowl.

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