The ex-Australian cricketer, Tom Moody, said during IPL he has difficulty in interfacing with bowler Mustafizur Rahman. The Bangladesh left-arm pacer in 2016 played in Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) for IPL. The team was under Moody’s coaching.
Moody, who has been supplanted by Trevor Bayliss as SRH’s lead trainer, said that he could barely converse with the speedster for 10 seconds. He said that it was Ricky Bhui, speaking with the Tigers’ seamer. He was helping the Orange Army be in contact with Mustafizur to play well.
Rick Bhui played a very important role in conveying the message to Mustafizur
Truly, there was a player named Ricky Bhui in their group, Moody told to Harsha Bhogle. He could speak with Fizz. He has assumed a significant job in passing on the message to Mustafizur.
On the off chance that you need to converse with somebody like Mustafizur, players need to end the discussion in an economical manner. Simultaneously, you need to clarify the words in an extremely broad and explicit manner.
Moody used to discuss the game and techniques with him for a maximum of 10 seconds. Without Ricky, remaining in contact with the team and its players was impossible with him.
The Sunrisers Hyderabad chose Mustafizur after his terrific performance against India playing an ODI in 2015. He helped Bangladesh win the arrangement and figured out how to snatch the spotlight. In his SRH season, Rahman took 17 wickets playing 16 games. His economy was 6.90 and it was the best among all SRH bowlers. He got Emerging Player of the Tournament in that season. His more slow conveyances ended up being a monstrous migraine in any event, for the best in the business.
He didn’t play very well in the 2017 IPL season. Played for Mumbai Indians in 2018 and remained unsold for IPL 2020.