You can’t compare IPL with international cricket at all: Najmul Hossain Shanto

You can’t compare IPL with international cricket at all: Najmul Hossain Shanto. “You can’t compare IPL with international cricket at all, I think even in last year’s PSL [Pakistan Super League], scores over 200 and even in excess of 250 were scored. ” Shanto stated.

The ongoing season of the IPL 2024 (Indian Premier League) has been a run-fest, with numerous teams scoring massive totals in their games. Several times during the competition, the record for the most runs scored in an innings was broken. With the T20 World Cup 2024 nearing, many have expressed their belief that the run-fest will continue in the World Cup.

However, Bangladesh captain Najmul Hossain Shanto has stated that the run-fest will not continue in the T20 World Cup 2024. He explained that the IPL and international cricket are not comparable. The 25-year-old used the PSL (Pakistan Super League) 2023 as an example, citing how several matches crossed the 250-run mark, but Shanto believes that such runs are difficult to come by in international cricket.

“You can’t compare the IPL to international cricket at all; in last year’s PSL [Pakistan Super League], scores of over 200 and even more than 250 were scored. However, in international cricket, a team scoring more than 160, about 175-180, or 200, is considered a very excellent score. The Daily Star quoted Shanto as stating, “You don’t see such scores very often.

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I think, we will see similar scores in the World Cup: Shanto

Furthermore, Najmul Hossain Shanto pondered on how teams will only be able to score 160-180 runs on decent wickets in the World Cup, arguing that any comparison to the IPL is nonsensical.

“I believe we will see similar scores in the World Cup, around 160-180 on excellent wickets. The bowlers will need to protect those scores, or teams will have to chase them. “I don’t believe a comparison to the IPL is logical in any way,” Shanto remarked.

Notably, Bangladesh will begin their T20 World Cup campaign against Sri Lanka. Both teams will face off in the tournament’s 15th game on Saturday, June 8.

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