Mohammad Sozib, a previous Bangladesh U19 cricketer, kicked the bucket by self destruction at his home on Saturday, November 14. The 21-year-old from Rajshahi was a piece of the Tigers’ U19 World Cup crew, captained by Saif Hassan. He went to New Zealand as a reserve player yet was excluded from the playing eleven. The youthful right-gave batsman was in Bangladesh U19’s Asia Cup crew prior.
In 2018, he made his List An introduction for Shinepukur, getting scores of 9,0 and 1*. Nonetheless, since March 2018, he hasn’t played a solitary serious match. Abu Enam Mohammad, the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) game improvement supervisor, was disheartened by the episode.
Sozib wasn’t a piece of the draft for the impending Bangabandhu T20 Cup. Abu figured that being avoided with regards to the competition may have provoked him to make the stride.
Mohammad Sozib hasn’t been normal in cricket in the previous few years
“Mohammad Sozib, was important for our U-19’s 2018 clump with Saif and Afif (Hossain). He was a backup in the World Cup. He played against Sri Lanka just as in the Asia Cup. It’s truly dismal to hear this,” Abu told BDcrictime.
“It’s hard to state whether it’s from sorrow or whatever else. He hasn’t been normal in cricket in the previous few years. He turned out to be a lot of Rajshahi driven. He played simply first division and (Dhaka) Premier League in Dhaka.
“Mohammad Sozib,wasn’t even in the Bangabandhu T20 draft. I don’t have the foggiest idea whether there is anything to be baffled. He even played a match in Rajshahi day before yesterday,” he added.
Khaled Mahmud, the BCB chief, likewise perceived Sozib as a skilled cricketer over the most recent couple of years. “I can’t really accept that what I heard. I am feeling incredibly pitiful hearing the news.
“Mohammad Sozib, was an initial batsman who bowled medium-movement, and he played for Shinepukur Cricket Club,” Mahmud, who’s likewise the lead trainer of Bangla Trac Academy in Rajshahi where Sozib started preparing in 2008, was cited as saying by Kaler Kantho.
Tanumoy Ghosh, a Bangladesh five star cricketer figured that Mohammad Sozib, was gifted and might have played for a more extended timeframe. In Bangladesh, no administration offers help for emotional wellness. Just the BCB has concocted emotional well-being masters every once in a while.