New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has accepted Tamim Iqbal's request to play the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).
Williamson joined the Bangladesh ODI captain in his Facebook live show on Thursday and he was asked by Tamim if he would join the premier T20 tournament in Bangladesh.
"People here in Bangladesh want to see you play here in the BPL, so would you be interested?" Tamim asked in his live video, which started earlier than usual at 3 pm BST.
"Of course, I'd be very interested to come and play in the BPL if the time and opportunity arises," Williamson replied.
Williamson was also asked about his first hundred which he got in Mirpur: "It was tough because it's so hot and humid in Dhaka but it's a special century in difficult conditions with the crowd against you.
Tamim also asked Williamson about the challenges the New Zealand captain faced when he was initially appointed captain.
"I have to give credit to Brendon (McCullum) because he managed to gel the team so well and form it as a unit that he made it less difficult for me," Williamson explained.
One of the best batsmen in the world, Williamson was also asked about how he prepares for a T20 game, despite being such an orthodox batsman.
"It's about preparing well, but it's also about adjusting your game to the situation of the match. The quicker you can adjust your game, according to the ground and the bowling, the better," he added.
The 29-year-old also explained to Tamim about how he manages to play the ball late and how he does it.
"It's about practising as much as possible and playing late doesn't come naturally. You have to learn to do it and it depends on the conditions. In places like the subcontinent, you actually have to be more on the front foot and play earlier," Williamson explained