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Offenders giving wickets to spinners abroad: Muminul

Simon Harmer, who returned to the national team after many years, destroyed the top-order in the first innings. The spinners took all the ten wickets in the second innings. Keshav Maharaj 6 and Harmer got three wickets.

Bigger than that, Proteas captain Dean Elgar didn’t even feel the need to give the ball to the pacers in the second innings. Despite being so frustrated with the spinners, Bangladesh captain Mominul says it is a crime to give wickets to spinners abroad.

“Giving wickets to spinners abroad is a big crime,” he told a news conference after the Durban Test. Spinners should not be given wickets abroad. That is why I have the most responsibility. Because spinners have more chances to run. Of course, this is our batting failure.

Muminul also believes that the match should have been won, ‘A time has to change. Someone had to raise their hand. We are now serious about winning abroad. It’s definitely a positive thing. ”

Muminul was also asked about his form after the Durban Test. He has returned to singles in seven of the last 10 innings. “I’m not worried about the form,” he said. If I play a good innings, I will be in good condition again.

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