Shakib Al Hasan set world record, became the only cricketer in the world to do so


Bangladesh have scored a score of 297 for six in the third ODI against the West Indies. West Indies captain Jason Mohammed won the toss and decided to bowl. After this, Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah played half-century innings, which made the hosts score challenging scores. In the top order, Tamim scored an 80-ball 64, while Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah eventually extended the innings. All three scored 64–64 runs. Shakib Al Hasan scored his first half-century in return after the suspension imposed by the International Cricket Council. He played 51 runs, playing sparingly. During his half-century innings, he has made a special record in his name.

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Shakib has become the only cricketer of international cricket to have scored 300 or more wickets and more than 6000 runs in international cricket for a country. Shakib has done this unique feat for Bangladesh Cricket. Shakib has been successful in playing more than 300 wickets in Bangladesh. Kapil Dev of India has scored more than 4000 runs while playing in India and has also taken more than 300 wickets in international cricket. At the same time, tell that Shakib is returning as a player on the cricket field after a year’s ban.

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In the third ODI against West Indies, Bangladesh lost the wicket of Litton Das in the first over after which Nazmul Hussain was also out lbw for 20 by Kayle Meyers. With this, Bangladesh’s score was 38 for two in the ninth over. A 93-run partnership for the third wicket between Tamim and Shakib put the score ahead. West Indies fast bowler Aljari Joseph broke the partnership by dismissing Tamim and after that Ramon Reefer bowled Shakib and gave Bangladesh a fourth blow. Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim continued to increase the scoring pace with a 58-ball 72-run partnership for the fifth wicket. Bangladesh won the series in the first two matches by winning by six and seven wickets respectively.

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