Bangladesh’s senior players believed that they needed to ensure that they didn’t let leading T20 bowler Rashid Khan get into their heads ahead of the Afghanistan series. Bangladesh will travel to Dehradun on Tuesday (May 29) for the Three Match T20 series against Afghanistan where the three games will be played on June 3, 5 and 7 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium. Rashid is expected to be one of the biggest threats for Bangladesh, and considering his recent performances in the Indian Premier League, it hardly was surprising. Currently the top-ranked bowler in the ICC Twenty20 ranking, the leg spinner played a vital role in his franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad storming into the final where they lost to Chennai Super Kings in Mumbai. “It is not only Rashid… if you think too much about any one thing in particular then sometimes you fail to deliver despite knowing how to do it because you are overthinking. Perhaps he is bowling at the peak of his career, but rather than thinking too much about him, if we start thinking about our own strength it will be better.