Bangladesh's Sabbir Rahman says he never cared for personal achievements
After smashing a match-winning knock in Bangladesh's resounding Asia Cup win against Sri Lanka, all-rounder Sabbir Rahman said that he never cares about personal achievements.
Sabbir cracked a career-best 80 off 54 balls on Sunday evening to lift Bangladesh to a competitive total of 147/7 which the hosts successfully defended to seal their first ever Twenty20 victory against Sri Lanka at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here.
Sabbir's knock is Bangladesh's fourth highest in T20 Internationals.
"I never think about my runs. I play for the team. If I score just one run in the team's victory, I am happy. I did not even think about a century today," Rahman was quoted as saying by bdnews24.com on Monday.
The 24-year old, who is a T20 specialist, said he is not thinking about playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL) or other T20 tournaments abroad.
"I'm not really thinking about any leagues abroad. I am completely focused on my skills now. I want to improve every day," he said.
"I've been trying to contribute at No. 3. I hope I can maintain my consistency in the next matches."
Bangladesh are now second in the points table behind India with two wins in three matches.