Bangladesh bowling mentor Heath Streak made it clear that disregarding pacer Mustafizur Rahman guaranteeing 11 wickets in his initial two One-Day Internationals, expecting five-overs from him in every match would be unlikely.
Mustafizur broke Zimbabwean Brian Vitori’s record of ten wickets in his initial two ODIs when he took 6 for 43 in the second ODI against India in Mirpur on Sunday. By taking 5 for 50 in his first ODI, he turned out to be just the second Bangladesh bowler to take a five-for on introduction, after Taskin Ahmed.
Bangladesh have won the progressing thee-match ODI arrangement 2-0 with the third match to be played here on Wednesday.
“He [Mustafizur] is still extremely youthful. We must be cautious. He has taken 11 wickets yet we can’t anticipate that him will take five wickets inevitably. He has demonstrated his potential,” Streak was cited for saying by ESPNcricinfo on Monday.
“On the off chance that we care for him and bolster him, he will be a major match-victor for us. At the point when Mashrafe began, he was taken care of all through his vocation.”
Streak said since a few players require more drilling than others, it will be essential to nearly screen Mustafizur however they would need to be mindful so as not to try too hard.
“I surmise that is the place as a mentor you must be mindful so as not to over-mentor and simply assist guide them. At the point when help is required, you remind them. It is an imperative piece of drilling. A few individuals require more instructing than others. We must be watchful how we oversee him,” he said.
The previous Zimbabwe pacer saw Mustafizur in May a year ago in Bangladesh A’s visit toward the West Indies and was instantly awed with him.
After his initial five-wicket pull, Streak worked nearly with Mustafizur to create different varieties realizing that the Indian batsmen could make sense of him.
“For me, he needs to execute [his skills] all the more frequently and reliably.”
Streak said the arrangement was to shock India by playing four authority pace bowlers in sub-mainland conditions and that he alongside head mentor Chandika Hathurusingha guaranteed that the knocking down some pins assault was picked in light of their suitability to the conditions.
“Mustafizur has been rocking the bowling alley well. We contended energetically to get him into the T20 squad against Pakistan and he demonstrated what he is prepared to do. From that point forward it has respected has Mustafizur, Taskin Ahmed and Rubel Hussain who we know can perform,” the 41-year-old said.
“Mashrafe Mortaza has been a predictable entertainer for Bangladesh for quite a while now. We have a decent gathering and we felt India wouldn’t expect that. We realized that the conditions, on the off chance that we can set up the wickets to suit our style of rocking the bowling alley, would play into our hands,” Streak said.