In the latest episode of the 81allout podcast, we are delighted to be joined by ESPNcricinfo’s Bangladesh correspondent Mohammad Isam.
Isam opens up about the terrorist attack in Christchurch, and how it has offered him a new perspective towards cricket. We go on to talk about Bangladesh’s squad for the World Cup. And their problem with chasing big totals.
Also featuring: Jersey-gate, the Imrul Kayes riddle and Rubel Hossain’s Bradman-esque (bowling) average
Mohammad Isam (@isam84),
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee),
Some of Isam’s pieces:
‘There’s a shooting here, please save us’
The story of the Dhaka Premier League
On the campaign trail with Mashrafe Mortaza
(Lead image from here)
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