The ace skipper, Mashrafe Mortaza ends his tenure as a captain. The glory, the grit, with which he led the team to success is one remarkable tale to tell.
He is definitely one of the best captains in the world, after all, bringing the Bangladesh team to the world map wasn’t a seamless task.
He remained instrumental in winning Bangladesh a lot of accolades and is known to be the best captain they ever had.
Mortaza was emphatic about having his last day on the field as a captain to be one that is reminiscent and memorable.
He truly believes that players should not just be captained on the field, but outside the field too.
He hails from Narail, a district in the south-western part of Bangladesh.
In his early days, he was more inclined to be a batsman, however, the man is now regarded as one of the fastest bowlers, and the fifth bowler to take 100 ODI wickets as a captain in history.
As many sports personalities have a downslide or a dip in their career, Mortaza too had.
His career has seen fifteen injuries and he has undergone various surgeries on his ankle and knees.
This man is bonafide and is one such player who is here to stay, reshaping the sport altogether.
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