The southpaw could manage only 41 runs in four matches, which is very unlike Shakib.
Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is yet to find his rhythm with the bat on his return to professional cricket after serving a one-year ban imposed on him by the ICC. He has performed with the ball but he looked out of sorts with the bat.
The southpaw could manage only 41 runs in four matches, which is very unlike Shakib. He has reached the milestone of 5000 T20 runs. He hasn't been at his best with the ball as well. Despite being economical, he could only pick up two wickets.
But Khaled Mahmud Sujon, the former national team skipper and currently the coach of Beximco Dhaka, believes that Shakib won't take too much time to regain his form. "Shakib is Shakib, he is the number one all-rounder. But he has returned after a long time. That's why we haven't seen the best of him with the bat. But he is as usual doing well with the ball," Mahmud mentioned.
"Everyone expects him to do wonders with the bat. He performs almost all the time. He will definitely be back, he's just taking some time. I believe he will be back," he added.