Bangladesh will enter the field with the aim of showing

Bangladesh is entering the field after almost six months, Jamal Bhuiyan will be seen again in football after September last year.

If all goes well, the Tigers footballers will face Seychelles on Saturday (March 25). They will play in Sylhet in the first duel of the two-match series.

Preparations are already over, now it’s time to go to the field. Jamal Bhuiara finished practice for the last time today. Before the Seychelles match, Bangladesh captain Jamal Bhuiyan is also feeling the urge to show. With a clear message to his teammates, he said, ‘We have to show the audience what a good team we are.’

Jamal said in the press conference before the match, ‘We have been together for a long time; Like a month. Practiced hard, played two warm-up matches. I have been here for a week. We are ready for these two matches. Everyone in the team is positive. Good results are needed before clean. We have to show the audience that we are a good team.’

Although Bangladesh is ranked 192 in the FIFA ranking, it is seven places ahead of Seychelles. Although Jamal is not thinking much about the gap in ranking. At the press conference on Friday, they said in a confident voice that they will not stop trying to put a smile on the faces of the audience.

He said, ‘Seychelles is very strong physically. Even though they are amateurs, they have two or three players in their team who can make the difference. Whether the team is at the bottom or top of the rankings, our efforts remain the same. It will be the same against Seychelles.’

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