The latest record was set in a Test series hosted by Bangladesh. Mominul Haque made history this weekend. He became the first Bangladeshi cricketer to score ten Test centuries in history …
The latest record was set in a Test series hosted by Bangladesh. Mominul Haque made history this weekend. He became the first Bangladeshi cricketer to score ten Test centuries in history. Bangla captain Mominul Haque (115) smashed a century. Bangladesh scored well in the second innings of the first Test against the West Indies.
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Bangla declared the second innings at 223/8 with Lytton Das (69) scoring along with the captain. Windies bowlers Rakim Cornwall and Warrick Chero took three wickets each. The West Indies, who started the second innings on Saturday with a huge target of 395, were 110/3 by the close of play on the fourth day.
The Caribbeans, who have seven wickets in hand, need 285 runs to win. Booner (15) and Myers (37) were at the crease. Among the Bangla bowlers, Mehdi Hasan took three wickets.
Bangladesh senior players praised his performance. “He set the game up well for us, so we’m very excited about the way he’s playing right now,” said coach Russell Domingo.
He also broke a series of records in Bangladesh Test cricket. Iqbal, along with Shakib Al Hasan, owns records named after Mushfiqur Rahim. He is currently the leading run-scorer in the country. Mominul Haque, who made his debut in a match in Galle, Sri Lanka in 2013, started his career with 29 runs.