A team which never quits!
Do you think it is easy to keep on trying without receiving any fruitful results? It is not easy, I bet many of us are aware of it very well. Bangladesh Tigers, have been trying even now, and along with the many other exists too. However, Bangladesh has been trying to develop their strategies is what we all have an impression of, but that is clearly not the case, is what we realize after watching the match. Being a watcher, how much can we actually feel the effect. The pressure which lies on their shoulders is unlike any. However, we get to see them flourish after many trials and tests.
Bangladesh beats New Zealand by eight wickets, setting their first Test win. Amid the commotion, it was not a moment of celebration for many but for Bangladesh, it was an achievement, granted after quite a long time. The Tigers always dreamt big and failed from time to time but, however, it never stopped them from dreaming.
Justice is ours and it may not always be but, when it has to be, it will be. Such, is what Tigers believe in. They believe in trying. With this spirit in mind, we can relate as to the many times they have made a mockery of themselves, claimed many. So many a times, people left watching cricket due to their poor play. But, they still played.
It can be claimed that they played for money, as they are the assigned team. But, it is a choice if they would continue to stick around or quit. Even after not being able to prove themselves to others, yet they never stopped trying.
They tried until and even after they won. They might have a poor performance for a long time but to claim that they will never prove to be eligible, is a claim better not made. This is so, as each player is playing for themselves and their country, it is much of a responsibility than what can be guessed by the general public. Many may regard it as a burden too.
Summarizing it all, Tigers have constantly proved that they are not quitters, so we still can keep our hope in them and cheer them throughout. Have you ever faced such a scenario in your life? If you did, feel free to share your experience. May it be in sports or may it be in other sectors. Please feel free to share below.