Bangladesh's batting coach Neil Mckenzie urged the people to have patience on the national players, stating that the players are human being and so excessive pressure on them could put an adverse impact.
"We should trust our players and that should come from the spectatorsand media and everybody. They are not machines, they are humans. We just get behind our team and back our team and even if we lose tomorrow, we will winthe next game. We don't come out to lose. Bangladesh comes out to play 100 per cent positive cricket with no fear…"
McKenzie, who only looks after Bangladesh white-ball cricket batting, said the people should not judge a player's performance after one or two series'.
"I think international cricket is a hard cricket. You can't always score and you can see Shakib. He was magnificent in the World Cup. There are a lot of guys who played really well in last six months in international cricket," he said.
"As soon as they don't score in one or two games and everybody gets excited and upset whatever. International cricket is hard cricket and best in the world also failed. But we have to keep faith on the talented bunch of cricketers," he added.
"I saw the A team which is going to Sri Lanka and there are lot oftalented players there. Bangladesh got a lot of talented cricketers and we need patience and we need trust and we need belief," he explained.
According to Mckenzie, people's excessive pressure and criticism didn't bode well for the players. Having said this, he made it clear, the selectors should not go for excessive chopping in the wake of players' bad performance after the World Cup.
"I think you can trust them after what they have done. Soumya Sarkar, he came well in the Ireland final against West Indies. You guys have definitely watched that on TV. He scored fifty off no time. He is a proper player and he needs belief. He can't have people questioning his ability all the time. He has come back with lot of big hundreds. He got a great 80 against Zimbabwe five to six months ago. He had a great tour in Ireland. He showed glimpses what he could have done in the World Cup," the former South Africa opener expressed.
"We just need to trust these guys and give them backing. You can't score a hundred all the time. Liton Das, we have seen what he can do. He got a 140 in the Asia Cup, that's not four years ago. It was just six or seven months ago whatever it was or wherever it was. He has great 90 against West Indies in an unbelievable historical chase at Taunton. So these guys can play," the 43-year-old added.
"Hopefully selectors chose them for long enough and get out your little performances there because they all are good players," he concluded.