Bangladesh Cricket Board Appoints Mushtaq Ahmed as Spin Bowling Coach

Mushtaq Ahmed appointed Bangladesh spin bowling coach

In a recent announcement by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), it was revealed that Mushtaq Ahmed, the former Pakistani leg-spinner and World Cup victor, has been appointed as the newest addition to Bangladesh’s coaching staff as their spin bowling coach.

Set to commence his duties ahead of the upcoming preparation camp for the T20 series against Zimbabwe later this month, Mushtaq will be guiding the team through to the conclusion of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024, to be held in the West Indies and the USA.

With a remarkable coaching track record that includes stints with England (2008-2014), West Indies (2018-19), and Pakistan (2020-22), alongside serving as Pakistan’s team bowling consultant (2014-16), the 53-year-old brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his new role.

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Mushtaq’s celebrated cricketing career boasts 185 wickets in 52 Tests at an average of 32.97, along with 161 wickets in 144 ODIs for Pakistan. Notably, he played a crucial role in Pakistan’s victorious campaign in the 1992 World Cup, securing a memorable dismissal of Graeme Hick with one of his trademark googlies in the final match.

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