Shakib Al Hasan will start training in Bangladesh from September. Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib will resume his training in his alma mater, the BKSP facility at Dhaka‘s district Savar. He is currently under International Cricket council’s one-year suspension for breaching their anti-corruption code. But he is eyeing on his international comeback after being banned from all formats of cricket since 29th of October after accepting the charges of breaching anti-corruption code of ICC.
Shakib Al Hasan will be available from October 29,2020, for Bangladesh
Shakib Al Hasan will resume playing cricket for Bangladesh on October 29, 2020. Shakib is regarded as one of the greatest all-rounders in the world of all time.
For a decade, he has featured in ICC’s no 1 all-rounder in all three formats of the game. Shakib became the first cricketer to score 600 runs and take 10 wickets in a single World Cup. He achieved the feat in 2019 World Cup.
“Shakib will come to the BKSP next month where he will have coaches and trainers available. We are functional as the coaches are all residing within the campus, so we can work with him well. Shakib will have everything at his disposal,” ESPNcricinfo quoted Hasan’s mentor Nazmul Abedin as saying.
Abedin and Salahuddin have been major influences in the career of Shakib
One of Shakib’s earliest coaches and mentor Abedin is also the cricket advisor at BKSP where he has also worked for several years as the chief coach. He was also Bangladesh Cricket Board’s game development manager for several years before accepting his new role at BKSP.
According to a report in ESPNcricinfo report, Shakib, who is currently in the United States with his family, has often depended upon Abedin and Mohammad Salahuddin, both of whom have been BKSP chief cricket coaches, having been major influences in Shakib’s cricket career.
Shakib Al Hasan is the fastest all-rounder to score 5000 ODI runs and take 200 ODI wickets. He became the first Bangladeshi bowler to take 500 international wickets and the second Bangladesh batsman to score 10,000 international runs.
The southpaw played for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) from 2011 till 2017. He is the first and only cricketer to be ranked no.1 all-rounder by ICC in their rankings in all three formats in 2015