Second Test between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe Photo: CricInfo
Zimbabwe beat Bangladesh with 218 runs in Dhaka Test Wicket-keeper batsman and former captain Mushfiqur Rahim played the biggest role in Bangladesh's victory.
Mushfiq, who scored an unbeaten 219 in the match's first innings, made an unmanaged 219 in the match's first rounds. Bangladesh lost three wickets for 26 runs, when Mushfiq came to the ground at the edge of the chamber Hold the team with a strong hand. At that time, Mushfiq took 266 runs with a partnership of 266 runs with Mominul Haque in batting. After Mominul finished at 161, Mushfiq took a second double double-heels in 64 tests. Mushfiq made a world record with the taste of the second double century as a wicketkeeper. Before Mushfiq, any wicketkeeper in the world could not do two double centuries.
Mushfiq beat 18 fours and six in his innings in his world record. He played 589 minutes and played 4211 balls. In this case, Musi also made a record for Bangladesh. Aminul, Bangladesh's first Test batsman, made 535 minutes in the series against India in the country and his debut match. Mushfiqur is in action for 589 minutes in the Dhaka Test against Zimbabwe. Again, Mushfiq took most wickets in Bangladesh and Mushfiq, the world's highest test center, behind Mohammad Ashraful. In 2013, Ash played 417 balls against Sri Lanka in the Galle Test. In this case, Mushfiqur went to the top of Ashraful
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