Zimbabwe fast bowler Blessing Mezrabani is confident of qualifying for the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia ahead of his ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Global Qualifier B matches. It has been a long time for Zimbabwe to return to the pinnacle of international cricket, but Blessing Mazarbani knows he is once again at the top of the table. Chevrons were disqualified from the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup after a painful failure to secure a berth in the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.
Seymour Madarabani believes his team is ready to re-establish its mark on the world stage, but he knows he can do so before a tough game emerges in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Global Qualifier B.
“It’s been really hard for us. I’m happy with the team at the moment because the boys are really working hard in the nets and hopefully we’ll get our plan done. I’m glad we’re getting these opportunities. There “I’m looking forward to going out and just expressing myself. I’m sure we’ll enjoy it and try to win every game,” Mazarbani said in a statement.
Prior to the final edition of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, Chevrons had been at the center of every recurrence since 2009.
They will now face three group stage games against Jersey, USA and Singapore before the main semi-final, with both finalists ready to book their tickets for Australia.
And with all the home games in Bulawayo, Mazarbani hopes the cricketers can put on a show for their country.
“It’s going to be a good opportunity to go there and play. We just need to win the game, that’s the first thing, and hopefully we’ll play well. We’re going to make the crowd and our families happy. Our goal. “We want to make our families proud, we want our supporters to be proud,” the fast bowler said.
The qualifiers provide an opportunity for Chevron to usher in a new era in Zimbabwean cricket and Mazarbani believes he has a good chance to do so with an exciting batch of players.
“There’s some great talent, some good youngsters coming forward. He’s a really good batsman. [Tadiwanashe] Marumani and Wesley [Madherve] as well as. The future looks bright, but right now it’s all about the tournament, “said Mazarbani.
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