“Even if we don't win on Thursday that would take nothing away from the way we have played in the three matches in this tournament. I always thought we were a side who could fight against big oppositions but we could not finish off matches. We have begun to change all that,” Shakib Al Hasan, the No. 2 all-rounder in the ICC rankings, told HT.
After Bangladesh ran Pakistan close and upstaged India and Sri Lanka, Younis Khan was guarded. “Bangladesh are chasing well. If they get to bat second , we don't know what will happen.”