DHAKA: Bangladesh coach Russell Domingo has excluded wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim from the national Twenty20 side, saying the veteran no longer wanted to play. Domingo told reporters late Sunday that the wicketkeeper no longer had the “desire” for T20s. The 34-year-old has played in 89 Twenty20 internationals, and only India’s M.S. Dhoni has played more T20 matches as wicketkeeper-batsman. But Mushfiqur has been absent in recent T20 series. Nurul Hasan Sohan took over during two recent series against Zimbabwe and Australia as Mushfiqur had a family emergency and quarantine problems. Mushfiqur also failed to get a game in the first three of the current five-match series against New Zealand. Domingo said before the series that Nurul would play the first two matches, Mushfiqur the third and fourth, and that the best of the two would get the fifth match. Domingo’s pre-series comments caused a social media uproar, with former Bangladesh captain MashrafeMortaza leading the criticism. “After serving Bangladesh for 16 years, Mushfiq does not need to be told that he must perform,” Mortaza wrote in a Facebook post.He said that Domingo making such public comments showed “disrespect” for Mushfiqur.