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Nasir Hossain has no headache about debate

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Sports Reporter :
Promising all-rounder Nasir Hossain has no headache about debate of his performance inside the ground and outside the ground. Nasir Hossain is one of the most popular cricketers of the country. There is a gossip that Head Coach of Bangladesh National Cricket team Chandika Hathurusingha does not like him for his action in the cricket arena. Besides, BCB boss also commented about Nasir Hossain.
Nasir said to the journalists on Sunday, " Those who have fame, have also disgrace. I know someone likes me and someone dislikes me. I don't bother. When I am out of the ground, it shakes me. But when I play in the field, I forget all those matters."
Nasir Hossain has a good number of fans. His fans are vocal about his inclusion in the team and about his exclusion from the squad.
Hossain's fans are vocal about the role of selectors and BCB boss for Hasir Hossain.
Hossain said, " I don't know why the people like me. It is a big matter for me. Everybody doesn't get it. I am grateful to my fans. Hoping that I shall be included in the final squad of Bangladesh and shall fulfill the expectations of my fans."

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