Scotland already knew that Bangladesh would suffer in the first round

Scotland already knew that Bangladesh would suffer in the first round



The improvement has been seen in the rate match of Bangladesh. Watching Scotland play, the team did not look like an associate member of the ICC. Scotland have further established the idea in the next two matches.

The team that has won just one match in this tournament before coming to the T20 World Cup, they have won three matches in a row in the first round in the Super Twelve.

Scotland are doing well in this World Cup as a successful implementation of a long-term plan, it was felt in the words of the team's left-arm spinner Mark Watt. And in that came the issue of Bangladesh.

Scotland has come to the T20 World Cup by betting on getting to the Super Twelve. Watt said his team has been rewarded for being accustomed to the "must win" mentality in every match. Scotland's group in the Super Twelve includes India, Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan. Watt believes Scotland have the potential to cause a couple more "upsets" in the Super Twelve.


Bangladesh came up in the Super Twelve after winning the last two matches in the first round
After winning the last two matches in the first round, Bangladesh came up in the Super Twelve: AFP
More upset? Yes, Watt said with an 'upset' to the happy memory of losing to Bangladesh in the first round, 'I think we will have a couple of mishaps. I see no reason not to. It has happened before. I lost to the best ODI team in the world, I also lost to Bangladesh. Scotland should be feared by other teams. '

Scotland advanced to the Super Twelve from Group B in the first round. Bangladesh has emerged as a group runners-up. Basically, the real battle of T20 World Cup is starting from this episode.



"I don't think there is a need to do anything differently," Watt said of Bangladesh. We have won all three matches, losing to Bangladesh in the top six of the rankings. If there is a change (of strategy), then Bangladesh has to do it. They had to struggle in the group stage, which we knew would happen. But we have to play the way we are playing. '

Watt came to the fore in Scotland's historic six-run win over England in Edinburgh three years ago. The spinner took 3 wickets for 55 runs. Facing India, Pakistan and New Zealand means Scotland will have to come up with a plan to stop Virat Kohli, Babar Azam and Kane Williamson. Watt is thrilled, that's why he plays cricket. Here you can face the big stars.

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