“Has been a wonderful” Uganda Captain Reflects on Team’s Growth and Future Prospects

Not a very successful but a learning campaign is going on for Uganda. As the team is playing their first ever T20 World Cup, they are gathering some lifetime experience. On the 31st match of the T20 World Cup, Uganda and New Zealand faced off. The match ended on a heartbreaking note for Uganda as they faced a massive 9-wicket defeat. After that match, Uganda’s captain Brian Masaba reflected their campaign and their performance. 

Reflecting on Their Journey:

Advertisements

In the 31st match of the T20 World Cup witnessed a clash between Uganda and New Zealand. In this match, the New Zealand squad bounced back and registered their first win in this tournament. While batting first in the match, Uganda struggled in front of the Kiwi bowling lineup. They failed to score big and got all out in just 40 runs. Even while bowling in the second innings, only Riazat Ali Shah got one wicket. They faced a huge defeat by 9 wickets. 

After the match, Uganda captain Brian Masaba reflected on their journey. He said, “Has been a wonderful experience to play at this level. A high-performance environment in this tournament. It’s done wonders for us back home, laid a platform. Have tried to interact with the players and tried to pick their brains. We have been looking forward to what happens next and helps us get better.”

Thanking All for the Opportunity:

Uganda was very exposed to this tournament. While playing against others they fight hard. As winning and losing are the parts of the game, they faced some setbacks. But they accepted them as learnings. Before ending their journey, the Uganda captain all the other teams. 

Advertisements

Masaba said, “ I have to say thanks to all teams, they have been happy to share their experience, they have tried to help us wherever they can. It’s been nice to see the boys in the field, the young fast bowlers have inspired guys back home.”

Later he added, “They come from a humble background, for me it has been a humbling experience. They love us here, we love them back. Very happy that WI spectators have been really receptive of our team.”

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, and Instagram

Advertisements

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you

Not a very successful but a learning campaign is going on for Uganda. As the team is playing their first ever T20 World Cup, they are gathering some lifetime experience. On the 31st match of the T20 World Cup, Uganda and New Zealand faced off. The match ended on a heartbreaking note for Uganda as they faced a massive 9-wicket defeat. After that match, Uganda’s captain Brian Masaba reflected their campaign and their performance. 

Reflecting on Their Journey:

In the 31st match of the T20 World Cup witnessed a clash between Uganda and New Zealand. In this match, the New Zealand squad bounced back and registered their first win in this tournament. While batting first in the match, Uganda struggled in front of the Kiwi bowling lineup. They failed to score big and got all out in just 40 runs. Even while bowling in the second innings, only Riazat Ali Shah got one wicket. They faced a huge defeat by 9 wickets. 

After the match, Uganda captain Brian Masaba reflected on their journey. He said, “Has been a wonderful experience to play at this level. A high-performance environment in this tournament. It's done wonders for us back home, laid a platform. Have tried to interact with the players and tried to pick their brains. We have been looking forward to what happens next and helps us get better.”

Thanking All for the Opportunity:

Uganda was very exposed to this tournament. While playing against others they fight hard. As winning and losing are the parts of the game, they faced some setbacks. But they accepted them as learnings. Before ending their journey, the Uganda captain all the other teams. 

Masaba said, “ I have to say thanks to all teams, they have been happy to share their experience, they have tried to help us wherever they can. It's been nice to see the boys in the field, the young fast bowlers have inspired guys back home.”

Later he added, “They come from a humble background, for me it has been a humbling experience. They love us here, we love them back. Very happy that WI spectators have been really receptive of our team.”

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, and Instagram