Bangladesh opener Anamul Haque says it is his ‘dream’ to play at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales.
Haque made three entrances for Bangladesh at the 2015 World Cup, making scores of 29 against Afghanistan and Sri Lanka respectively, before an injury which cut short his tournament.
Though, he found himself out of Bangladesh’s one-day international side for nearly three years after the tournament, before returning in March 2018.
Further chance came against the Windies in July, but he couldn’t make them count, amassing 33 runs in his three innings.
In spite of being left out of the team since that series, he is still doing all he can to book his spot in Bangladesh’s 2019 World Cup squad.
“I definitely want to play the World Cup,” Haque told cricfrenzy.com.
“In my breath, in my every endeavour, in my net session, gym session, I think to play the 2019 World Cup. To materialize the hope, I will do every possible thing.”
“I made a comeback with the series against West Indies but I couldn’t do well,” he added.
“I was dropped from the team but since then every match is a preparation for me for the World Cup, be it NCL [or] BCL, and so every match of the BPL or if I play any one-day match after the BPL will be like a preparation match for me for the World Cup.
“I will make myself ready always. That’s why every match is important for me.”
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