One Tournament Does Not Make A Bad Player- Hemp On Najmul 

David Hemp, Bangladesh’s newly appointed batting coach, is not losing his sleep over the form of across-format skipper Najmul Hossain in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League T20 tournament as he believe doing badly in one tournament doesn’t make him a bad player.

Najmul, who played a crucial role in Bangladesh batting in recent past in every format and expected to be a key figure in the upcoming home series against Sri Lanka, remained a pale shadow of himself in the ongoing BPL making 175 runs in 12 matches with an average of 14.58 and a strike rate of 93.58 with highest 39 runs.

“I think from Shanto’s( Najmul) point of view, he played very well in New Zealand. I think it’s important to realize that you don’t become a bad player overnight,” Hemp was quoted in Cricbuzz adding that he will just remind him the process that worked for him so far.

“He( Najmul) knows his game and he knows what his strengths are. For me, just to remind him what those strengths are. It’s important to tell him how he approaches and what he thinks because he might be going through a quiet patch in terms of runs but it doesn’t mean he becomes a bad player,” he said.

“The key thing is to remind him of what he does well and help him keep that positive mindset and the approach of scoring runs,” he added.


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