Bangladesh on Thursday included high school off-spinner Mehedi Hasan to their one-day global line-up for a three-coordinate arrangement against Sri Lanka, an authority said. The 19-year-old was a piece of the squad that crushed Sri Lanka at the end of the week in Colombo to draw the two-Test arrangement 1-1.
Mehedi and a few other Test authorities have returned home since the noteworthy win, which was Bangladesh’s 100th Test since their rise to full status 17 years back. Mehedi has played seven Tests since making his presentation against England a year ago yet will be yet to highlight in a restricted over amusement.
Boss selector Minhajul Abedin said group administration felt an off-spinner would conflict with Sri Lanka’s left-given batsmen in the ODI arrangement opener in Dambula on Saturday. “The sythesis of the Sri Lanka group recommended that we would require an additional off-spinner in the arrangement,” he told AFP.
Mehedi will join the 16-man Bangladesh squad as of now in Sri Lanka. The three-coordinate ODI arrangement will be trailed by two Twenty20 internationals one month from now.