Bangladesh captain Mashrafe bin Mortaza will play his last match as captain tomorrow. After tomorrow, Mashrafe will no longer be captain of Bangladesh cricket team.

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Currently Mashrafei bin Mortuja is the captain of Bangladesh. Mashrafe is regarded as one of the best captains of Bangladesh cricket team. Bangladesh played the quarter-finals of the World Cup in 2015 under the leadership of Mashrafe.

After World Cup cricket, Bangladesh won 6-7 series in a row. Under his leadership, Bangladesh won the series against India, Pakistan, England and South Africa. He has led the Bangladesh cricket team for six consecutive years.

Bangladesh has gone a long way in cricket under Mashrafe’s leadership. Bangladesh is now one of the world power in ODI cricket. Before the one-day series against Zimbabwe, Nazmul Hasan Papan has said that this could be the last series as captain of Mashrafe.

That hint of Nazmul Hasan’s sin came true. The last match of the three-match one-day series against Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe will be held next Friday. Mashrafee bin Mortuza will be Leave the captaincy in the last match of this series.

Mashrafe bin Mortaza will no longer lead the Bangladesh cricket team after tomorrow’s match. And so Bangladesh wants to make the series memorable by winning this match and whitewashing Zimbabwe.

However, Mashrafe will not quit the game even after giving up his captaincy. Under the leadership of Mashrafe, Bangladesh is making big progress in the semifinals of the 2017 Champions Trophy.

He has also led the team in regular ODIs since 2014, winning 80 matches in 46 ODIs. In his last five matches, Bangladesh led by a maximum of five ODIs.

Regarding retirement, Mashrafe said, “It’s been part of my life for 15 years.” The biggest part of my life. Everything I’ve achieved or anything I’ve ever done in my life with this game. This is one of the most important part of my life. As a result, I needed time to make a decision.

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