The BCB formed a three-member committee to examine ODI World Cup performance

The BCB formed a three-member committee to examine ODI World Cup performance. Bangladesh won only two of their nine ODI World Cup 2023 matches.

Despite being one of the ODI powerhouses at home. Bangladesh failed to live up to expectations in the just finished Cricket World Cup 2023. Because the conditions in India were similar to those in Bangladesh. A better outcome anticipated. However, the Shakib Al Hasan-led team failed with consistency, finishing eighth in the points table, infuriating home supporters.

They were near the bottom of the standings at one time and were on the danger of missing out on the Champions Trophy 2025 qualifying. The Bangla Tigers, on the other hand, defeated Sri Lanka in their penultimate game of the competition to secure their place. The side had a good mix of experience and youth, but they lack character since the skipper wasn’t himself in the bulk of the matches. Litton Das and Mushfiqur Rahim, two veteran campaigners, battled throughout.

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BCB has created a committee to evaluate the team’s performance in the competition

Which includes director Enayet Hossain Siraj, Mahbubul Anam, and Akram Khan. The goal is to discover the errors and begin the process of correcting them before the future T20 World Cup. Which is schedule for June 2024.

“The committee’s objective is to scrutinize the factors contributing to the team’s underperformance in the tournament and it will subsequently present its findings to the Board,” the NCAA said in a statement on Wednesday.

Notably, Bangladesh had a campaign to forget, and as a result, there may be some adjustments in the setup in the future. They began with a win over Afghanistan but subsequently lost six consecutive games. Dropping them out of contention as the Shakib Al Hasan-led squad also the first to be eliminate from the competition. They completed their campaign with an eight-wicket loss against Australia, which disappointed the fans yet again.

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