Published on January 16th, 2017 | by Deep DasGupta


Deep’s Corner – Bangladesh surrendered in a frustrating manner

Bangladesh failed to weather the storm of New Zealand’s barrage of short-pitch bowling and melted like an ice sculpture in a desert. The New Zealand pacers were too hot to handle and mentally, Bangladesh batsmen lost the battle and tempted to execute some poor shots. Bangladesh lost the match despite dominating the proceedings for almost four days.

Deep Dasgupta gives his opinion about the actions from day 5 in Wellington at Cricketsoccer. 

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Deep Dasgupta is an ex-cricketer who played for India and featured in eight Tests and five one-day matches as a wicketkeeper. As an aggressive opening batsman, Dasgupta played for Bengal, where he took over as the captain and lead Bengal to 2 back-to-back Ranji Trophy finals. After retiring from cricket, Deep is now a famous cricket commentator and gives expert opinion on various aspects of the game. He holds a special place in the panel of Star Sports’ cricket experts and is a celebrated and beloved figure among the fans and followers of the game. Follow Deep on Twitter @DeepDasgupta7

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