Cricket Callender got shattered due to the vast effect of the COVID-19 crisis. Cricketers were forced to be at house arrest like others in the country to be out of danger of the contagion, report agencies.
After a long-four-month-break cricket made his comeback through the England-West Indies three-match Test series.
Which made a light of hope among the cricket fraternity to resume their international schedule while following the bio-bubble security rules. Bangladesh Cricket Board [BCB] is also focusing on their return to international fixtures in the coming days.
Bangladesh wicketkeeper batsman Mushfiqur is also preparing himself physically and mentally and also trying to learn and adapt to the new normal rules to be fit for the upcoming events for the national team.
"And if everything becomes better then we have some matches to be played up ahead, so preparing myself mentally for that also. And these new rules, as we know that not much can be used on the bowl and batsmen also have a difficult period to face," Mushfiqur told to media on Sunday [26 July].
"So I'm trying to learn from there by watching everything and hopefully when our international cricket resumes soon we can go get back to our previous format," he said.
The 33-year-old right-handed batsman considered that the first few days will be a problem to adapt but if the players work hard in the practice then they might master the situation and no problem will occur.
"Everything is a matter of adaptability. I think since none of us don't want to sit at home as we have been sitting at home for the last four months, I think the rules-regulations will be for the better of us and we must adapt to it.
It will be a little difficult in the early stage but if we can master it by trying in practice then I think inshallah there will be no problem in the match," Mushfiqur concluded.