|| CF Correspondent ||
Chittagong Vikings Robbie Frylinck is having a blast in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League as he managed to hog the entire spotlight with his all-round performance.
Vikings won two matches out of the three games they played so far an on both occasion Frylinck was the man who proved to be the defining factor whether it is with his lethal bowling or murderous batting.
But the South African believed his job is half done with these performances as he would be leaving with a satisfied soul only if he could manage to help some of the local stars along with whom he is sharing the Vikings dressing room.
After his heroics against Titans where he single handedly won the match for Vikings against Titans in the first ever super over in the history of BPL, the South African revealed his plan for the tournament.
‘’To be honest, I think overseas guys coming in with experience, probably lot more experience then local players just yet. You know rather put the pressure on the guys, our job is over the six weeks to build the local talent to improve the guys skills, to local guys to learn from us as well. Not just skills in terms of plans, thinking. ’’ Frylinck told reporters at the press conference after the Titans game.
‘’That's my thought process of being overseas player. It's not about winning the game all the time, it's about what we have got in Bangladesh,’’ he said.
‘’If I leave Bangladesh and after teaching Rahi or Khaled to be more consistent with the yorkers or be clearer in their thinking, or Mosaddek to hit the ball cleaner, I felt I have done my job,’’ he added.
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