Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Mushfiqur Rahim pays honor to factory collapse victims by dedicating Test win over Zimbabwe

To pay tribute to several hundred of their compatriots who lost their lives in a factory collapse last week, Bangladesh cricket captain, Mushfiqur Rahim, dedicated his team’s victory over Zimbabwe in a Test match.
He told the reporters, "It's a very sad moment for us back home, so we really dedicate this win to those people who died in the tragedy".
Bangladeshi cricketers wore black armbands to show their unity with those affected by the tragedy. With a 143-run victory against the home team, Bangladesh level the series 1-1.
They felt sad for the death of these working class people. Mushfiqur confirmed that the team's thoughts had been with their compatriots.
Now, both Zimbabwe and Bangladesh will face each other to play 3-match ODI series which will start from May 3 at the Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo.
Both teams will try their level best to win the series and improve their ranking.