Muztafizur Rahman Prioritize National Duty Over IPL 2021
Skipping IPL for my National Duty
Muztafizur Rahman is a Bangladesh international cricketer that specialized as lest-arm fast medium bowler. Muztafizur willing to set aside Indian Premier League for his national duty and become available for selection for the Test series against Sri Lanka
Mustafiur Rahman ready to sacrifice IPL for national duty
Mustafizur Rahman said he is willing to skip the upcoming Indian Premier League for national duty and be available for next month’s Test series against Sri Lanka if picked in the squad.#IPL #IPL2021 #IPL14 #RR #BANvSL
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The Bangladesh Cricket Board had recently given Shakib Al Hasan the all-rounder the No Objection Certificate, who was picked to play Kolkata Knights Riders this coming Indian Premier League 2021. On the other side, Bangladesh Cricket Board waiting for Muztafizur response If he applied for it, The BCB will give him “No Objection Certificate to Play” in the upcoming Indian Premier League and playing with Rajasthan Royals Team.
“I will do what BCB asks me to do. If they keep me in Test squad (for the tour of Sri Lanka) then I will play Tests and if they (BCB) don’t keep me in Test then they know what I should do,” Mustafizur says
“My first priority is to play for my country and if I am picked in the Test series against Sri Lanka, I will naturally play. If I am not picked then BCB will tell me that I am not included. At that point, if I am given NOC to play in the IPL then I will play but patriotism comes first for me.” Muztafizur added.
Mustafizur Rahman ready to sacrifice IPL for national duty: hi INDiA A “patriotic” Mustafizur Rahman on Tuesday said he is willing to skip the upcoming Indian Premier League for national duty and be available for next month’s… https://t.co/bLpey4FTaW | https://t.co/Vhb7EKELqw pic.twitter.com/VjcH3GGuT9
— hi INDiA – News 24/7 (@hiindia) February 23, 2021
Denied NOC to Muztafizur
Bangladesh Cricket Board has denied the NOC to Muztafizur and revealed plans to allow Bangladesh Players to participate in only two franchise based T20 tournaments per year. The board moved away this stand and allowed Shakib with “No Objection Certificate” to take part of the upcoming Indian Premier League this year, at the expense of national duty and according to Bangladesh Cricket Board president, they will not force anyone to play for the country.