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Shanto’s Leadership Goals: Elevating Test Cricket and Clinching ODI Tournament Victories

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After being named captain of Bangladesh’s all-format cricket team lately, Najmul Hossain Shanto has set his goals on winning an ODI tournament and improving the squad’s Test performance. In his first official news conference in Sylhet, Shanto expressed his goals for the forthcoming T20I series against Sri Lanka.

Shanto thanked the Bangladesh Cricket Board for the opportunity and stressed how much easier it is to plan when you don’t have to balance captaincy in several formats. He emphasized the need for growth in Test cricket, especially in terms of winning games at home and mounting a formidable international opponent. Shanto, who recognizes the squad’s potential that has not yet been realized in this area, also hopes to lead the team to victory in a significant ODI event.

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Shanto isn’t concerned about his form despite a lackluster showing in the most recent Bangladesh Premier League; instead, he is concentrating on his dual responsibilities as captain and batter. Regardless of whether he is captain or not, he emphasizes the value of scoring runs and gives his obligations both on and off the field priority.

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Shanto sees the upcoming Twenty20 series against Sri Lanka as an essential part of getting ready for the Twenty20 World Cup. He thinks that preparation and unity within the team will be crucial for them to succeed in the World Cup series. Shanto is confident in his team’s ability to concentrate on the game and make use of their home advantage to play exciting cricket, brushing off historical issues with Sri Lanka.

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