“Though I know the both sides are very strong, we have a lot of successes in Twenty20 cricket here. So I don’t think we are far behind them at all.”
Zimbabwe’s confidence was boosted further after Wednesday’s seven-wicket win in a warm-up match against some of the Bangladeshi Twenty20 squad. However, Masakadza said he was well aware that the matches going forward would be more challenging.
Zimbabwe will face Afghanistan in their second match of the tournament on Saturday.
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