Bangladesh centurion Sabbir Rahman thanks captain Mashrafe Mortaza for displaying religion in his talents

Sabbir Rahman.

Sabbir Rahman thanked his Bangladesh team-mates and administration for displaying religion in him as he scored his maiden ODI century, albeit in a shedding trigger, towards New Zealand in Dunedin.

Rahman hit 102 off 110 balls however couldn’t keep away from a collection whitewash as Bangladesh solely managed 242 chasing 331 to lose the collection 3-0.

On a private entrance, it was a satisfying match for Rahman who’s again within the nationwide crew after an earlier-than-expected comeback from the six month ban imposed on him in September 2018 by the Bangladesh board for allegedly threatening a fan on social media.

After the sport, Rahman thanked the crew and captain Mashrafe Mortaza for believing in him.

“I’m completely happy to make my maiden ODI hundred, and extra so on account of the truth that it helped to repay the religion that each one my team-mates and the officers had in me,” Sabbir was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.

“I’m grateful to Mashrafe bhai and to each single particular person who had supported me via thick and skinny. Their ethical help was extraordinarily useful.”

Sabbir devoted his century to his dad and mom for giving him energy throughout his off-field points.

“I dedicate my century to my father and mom as they had been beside me all via once I was passing via some torrid time on account of all of the issues that had occurred over the last couple of months,” he added.