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Lankan coach wants to forget Bangladesh-Sri Lanka ‘nagin dance’

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Lankan coach wants to forget Bangladesh-Sri Lanka ‘nagin dance’

The India-Pakistan fight has settled down a bit, compared to that, all the elements of rivalry appear now in the match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The Bangladesh-Sri Lanka rivalry has taken on a different dimension since that Nidahas Trophy.

From the Asia Cup to the World Cup – every time the two teams have met, some incident or the other has ignited the fire. Along with that, there is ‘Nagin Dance’ which started from Nidahas Trophy.

This pendant is going to play three format series after a long time. Sri Lanka tour of Bangladesh starts with T20 in Sylhet this evening. The Sri Lankan coach Chris Silverwood said that he does not want to see Laurai’s tussle outside the game between the two countries in this tour.

The Lankan coach said, ‘First of all, I expect a very competitive series between two good teams. What happened in the past is history to me. It’s gone. On our part, we are focusing on what lies ahead and moving forward with our goals in mind. We are standing before an important tournament like the World Cup. I think everyone is now on the way to finalize their team, burning team members.’

Bangladesh-Sri Lanka match means Nagin Dance Celebration, Nidahas Trophy, the rivalry between the two teams was born. Nazmul Islam Apu’s personal celebration later led to a fight between the two groups. which is still ongoing. However, the Lankan coach is dismissing these things. “Both teams have some dangerous players,” Silverwood said. As a result, I think it will be good. But as I said, what happened in the past is history. What is ahead, that is the matter.’

Both teams have a big goal in this series, Silverwood reminded, ‘We are standing before an important tournament like the World Cup. I think everyone is finalizing their teams now, giving the team members a chance to experience. So at the end of the day that’s it. We are preparing for the World Cup. It’s great to compete against such a good team before that. As a result, I am expecting an exciting series.’

He then added, ‘Both teams have some dangerous players. As a result I think (the series) will be good. But as I said, what happened in the past is history. What is coming in front of us now is to be seen.’

Meanwhile, the new captain of the Bangladesh team Nazmul Hossain Shanto said that the new responsibility is very challenging. But Shanta is not thinking about off-field rivalry, ‘I am not thinking about off-field issues, which has happened in the past. I think it will be a very good series. Both teams will play to win. We are doing our job, doing whatever it takes to win.’



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