The ODI World Cup’s most perplexing and unclear batting order. The decline of quick bowlers and spinners. A captain who was busy trashing a teammate prior to the tournament, abandoning the team in the middle of it, and capping off his campaign with a contentious on-field choice. The Bangladeshi team was a “quiet dressing room” following seven games, according to team director Khaled Mahmud. Bangladesh’s worst World Cup campaign in 20 years resulted from all of it.
It was anticipated that the third-place team in the ICC ODI Super League would perform well in India during the World Cup. Bangladesh cricket team believed that the pitch and weather would be comparable to those back home, at the very least. However, their enduring challenge persisted in their unable to transform bilateral series