Taskin Ahmed

Career Information
Test debut
vs New Zealand at Basin Reserve, Jan 12, 2017
Last Test
vs India at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Feb 09, 2017
ODI debut
vs India at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Jun 17, 2014
Last ODI
vs New Zealand at Saxton Oval, Dec 31, 2016
T20 debut
vs Australia at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Apr 01, 2014
Last T20
vs New Zealand at Bay Oval, Jan 08, 2017210947-3
Profile
Taskin Ahmed is a young Bangladeshi cricketer and currently recognised as their quickest bowler. In domestic cricket, he plays for the Dhaka Metropolis, for whom he made his First-Class debut in 2011 against Barisal Division. He plays for the Chittagong Kings in the Bangladesh Premier League. In his second T20 game for them, he was named as the Man of the Match for his excellent figures of 4/31. Unfortunately, he was sidelined for nearly a year after the BPL in 2013 due to a knee injury, but he recovered from it to soon make his international debut for Bangladesh in the World T20 against Australia in 2014.

He was named in the 15-member squad for the three-match ODI series against India in June 2014. He picked up five wickets on debut, ruffling the Indian batsmen. Ahmed has been clocked at 145 km/h. Ahmed’s ability to bowl with a good burst of pace helped him to get selected in Bangladesh’s World Cup squad.

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Mahmudullah

Career Information
Test debut
vs West Indies at Arnos Vale Ground, Jul 09, 2009
Last Test
vs India at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Feb 09, 2017
ODI debut
vs Sri Lanka at R.Premadasa Stadium, Jul 25, 2007
Last ODI
vs New Zealand at Saxton Oval, Dec 31, 2016
T20 debut
vs Kenya at Gymkhana Club Ground, Sep 01, 2007
Last T20
vs Lahore Qalandars at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Feb 18, 2017maxresdefault
Profile
Mohammad Mahmudullah is a Bangladeshi all rounder who bowls off spins apart from being a hard hitting lower order batsman. Born in 1986, Mahmudullah played domestic cricket in the Dhaka division where he impressed the selectors and was drafted into the Bangladesh ‘A’ team. He went on to represent the ‘A’ team in all formats.

Mahmudullah made his debut in international cricket in an ODI against Sri Lanka in July 2007. He made an instant impact picking up 2 wickets and scored 36 runs but the effort went in vain as Bangladesh came up short. The performance was enough to convince the selectors to pick him for the tour to Kenya and the T20 World Cup later that year.

After a superb spell in domestic cricket in 2008/09, Riyadh (as he’s known), was taken into the ODI team for Zimbabwe.

Mahmudullah made his Test debut on 9 July 2009 against the West Indies and made a dream start to his career in whites. He failed with the bat, but produced the best bowling figures for a Bangladeshi on debut. He took 8 wickets in the match, including a 5 wicket haul in the second innings to help Bangladesh seal their first ever win abroad. The match figures remain his best till date.

Mahmudullah moment of glory though remains with the bat when he shared a vital partnership with Shafiul Islam to take Bangladesh to victory against England in the 2011 World Cup.

Although Mahmudullah scored a Test century batting at number 8 against New Zealand, the selection committee preferred not to promote him up the order due to his perceived weakness against fast bowling, despite the number four spot having no permanent occupant. After the World Cup 2011, Mahmudullah was named as Bangladesh’s vice-captain, taking over from Tamim Iqbal. When West Indies toured in October, Mahmudullah missed all the matches with a viral fever. He recovered in time to rejoin the squad to face Pakistan in three ODIs in November, where he scored 56 runs and bowled in just one match, taking three wickets from seven deliveries.

In the Bangladesh Premier League, which was held in February 2012, he was snapped up in the auction by Chittagong Kings for 110,000 USD. Of late there has been a dip in his form and he couldn’t score runs freely in the home series against Sri Lanka in February 2014. In the subsequent Asia Cup 2014, he struggled to take wickets on a regular basis. He continued his poor form in the 2014 World T20 which saw Bangladesh losing all their matches in the Super 10s. Mahmudullah’s form gradually improved over the year and did well on the tour against Zimbabwe in both Tests and one dayers. In the ODI series in Nov-Dec 2014, he was the third highest run-scorer, getting 179 runs in five games, which included two fifties as well. Due to improved fitness and the constant backing of the board and team management, he was included in the 2015 World Cup squad.

With his ability to churn in useful contributions with both bat and ball, Mahmudullah is one of Bangladesh’s key components as they seek to take their cricket to the next level.

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List of players sold and unsold at IPL auction 2017

Sold players

INR 1 crore = INR 100 lakh = INR 10000000 = USD 149254 approx
INR 1 lakh = INR 100 thousand = INR 100000 = USD 1493 approx

Eoin Morgan (Base price INR 2 crores) – Sold to Kings XI Punjab for INR 2 crores

Pawan Negi (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for INR 1 crore

Angelo Mathews (Base price INR 2 crores) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 2 crores

Ben Stokes (Base price INR 2 crores) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 14.5 crores

Corey Anderson (Base price INR 1 crore) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 1 crore

Nicholas Pooran (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 30 lakhs

Kagiso Rabada (Base price INR 1 crore) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 5 crores

Trent Boult (Base price INR 1.5 crores) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 5 crores

Tymal Mills (Base price INR 50 lakhs) – Sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for INR 12 crores

Pat Cummins (Base price INR 2 crores) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 4.5 crores

Mitchell Johnson (Base price INR 2 crores) – Sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 2 crores

Ankit Bawne (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 10 lakhs

Tanmay Agarwal (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 10 lakhs

Mohammad Nabi (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for 30 lakhs

K Gowtham (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 2 crores

Rahul Tewatia (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Kings XI Punjab for 25 lakhs

Aditya Tare (Base price INR 20 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 25 lakhs

Eklavya Dwivedi (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 75 lakhs

Aniket Choudhary (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for INR 2 crores

T Natarajan (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Kings XI Punjab for INR 3 crores

Nathu Singh (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 50 lakhs

Basil Thampi (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 85 lakhs

M Ashwin (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 1 crore

Tejas Baroka (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 10 lakhs

Rashid Khan (Base price INR 50 lakhs) – Sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 4 crores

Pravin Tambe (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 10 lakhs

Chris Woakes (Base price INR 2 crores) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 4.2 crores

Karn Sharma (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 3.2 crores

Rishi Dhawan (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 55 lakhs

Matt Henry (Base price INR 50 lakhs) – Sold to Kings XI Punjab for INR 50 lakhs

Jaydev Unadkat (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 30 lakhs

Varun Aaron (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Kings XI Punjab for INR 2.8 crores

Manpreet Gony (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 60 lakhs

Martin Guptill (Base price INR 50 lakhs) – Sold to Kings XI Punjab for INR 50 lakhs(second round)

Jason Roy (Base price INR 1 crore) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 1 crore (second round)

Saurabh Tiwary (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 30 lakhs(second round)

Chris Jordan (Base price INR 50 lakhs) – Sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 50 lakhs (second round)

Nathan Coulter-Nile (Base price INR 100 lakhs) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 3.5 crores (second round)

Praveen Dubey (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for INR 10 lakhs (second round)

Navdeep Saini (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 10 lakhs(second round)

Ben Laughlin (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 30 lakhs (second round)

Billy Stanlake (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for INR 30 lakhs (second round)

Mohammed Siraj (Base price INR 20 lakhs) – Sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 2.6 crores

Rahul Chahar (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 10 lakhs

Saurabh Kumar (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 10 lakhs

Asela Gunaratne (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 30 lakhs

Daniel Christian (Base price INR 1 crore) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 1 crore

Rovman Powell (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 30 lakhs

Darren Sammy (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Kings XI Punjab for INR 30 lakhs

Munaf Patel (Base price INR 30 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 30 lakhs

Rinku Singh (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Kings XI Punjab for INR 10 lakhs

Shashank Singh (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Delhi Daredevils for INR 10 lakhs

Milind Tandon (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 10 lakhs

Kulwant Khejroliya (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Mumbai Indians for INR 10 lakhs

Chirag Suri (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 10 lakhs

R Sanjay Yadav (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 10 lakhs

Shelley Shaurya (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 10 lakhs

Shubham Agarwal (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 10 lakhs

Ishank Jaggi (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 10 lakhs

Rahul Tripathi (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 10 lakhs

Pratham Singh (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 10 lakhs

Akshdeep Nath (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Gujarat Lions for INR 10 lakhs(third round)

Lockie Ferguson (Base price INR 50 lakhs) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 50 lakhs (third round)

Manoj Tiwary (Base price INR 50 lakhs) – Sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for INR 50 lakhs (third round)

Darren Bravo (Base price INR 50 lakhs) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 50 lakhs (third round)

Sayan Ghosh (Base price INR 10 lakhs) – Sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 10 lakhs (third round)vivo-ipl-schedule-2017

Unsold players

Faiz Fazal (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Alex Hales (Base price INR 100 lakhs)

Ross Taylor (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Irfan Pathan (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Sean Abbott (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Ben Dunk (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Jonny Bairstow (Base price INR 1.5 crores)

Andre Fletcher (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Johnson Charles (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Dinesh Chandimal (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Kyle Abbott (Base price INR 1.5 crores)

Ishant Sharma (Base price INR 2 crores)

Lakshan Sandakan (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Ish Sodhi (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Brad Hogg (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Pragyan Ojha (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Imran Tahir (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Umang Sharma (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Prithvi Shaw (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Unmukt Chand (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Asghar Stanikzai (Base price INR 20 lakhs)

Mahipal Lomror (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Shivam Dubey (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Manan Sharma (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Rush Kalaria (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Priyank Kirit Panchal (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Vishnu Vinod (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Shreevats Goswami (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Mohammad Shahzad (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Mohit Ahlawat (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Manvinder Bisla (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Abu Nechim (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Umar Nazir Mir (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Pawan Suyal (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Mayank Dagar (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Sarabjit Ladda (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Mitchell Swepson (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Akshay Wakhare (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Cheteshwar Pujara (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Abhinav Mukund (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Michael Klinger (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

S Badrinath (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Marlon Samuels (Base price INR 100 lakhs)

Evin Lewis (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Nic Maddinson (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Parvez Rasool (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Jason Holder (Base price INR 1.5 crores)

David Wiese (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Thisara Perera (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Farhaan Behardien (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Anamul Haque (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Shane Dowrich (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Kusal Perera (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Niroshan Dickwella (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Brad Haddin (Base price INR 1.5 crores)

Glenn Phillips (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

RP Singh (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Pankaj Singh (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Fawad Ahmed (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Michael Beer (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Akila Dananjaya (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Nathan Lyon (Base price INR 1.5 crores)

Rahul Sharma (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Himanshu Rana (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Apoorv Wankhade (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Akash Bhandari (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Akhil Herwadkar (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Pankaj Jaiswal (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Dishant Yagnik (Base price INR 20 lakhs)

Rishi Arothe (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Ronsford Beaton (Base price INR 20 lakhs)

Kanishk Seth (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Joe Burns (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Colin Munro (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

James Neesham (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Wayne Parnell (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Mitchell Santner (Base price INR 50 lakhs)

Harpreet Singh (Base price INR 20 lakhs)

Colin de Grandhomme (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Andile Phehlukwayo (Base price INR 100 lakhs)

Dwaine Pretorius (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Ben Wheeler (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Kesrick Williams (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Tejendra Singh (Base price 10 lakhs)

Virat Singh (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Manjeet Singh (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Mehedi Hasan Miraz (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Mahmudullah (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

Sabbir Rahman (Base price INR 30 lakhs)

B Indrajith (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Amit Verma (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Himmat Singh (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

Ashton Turner (Base price INR 20 lakhs)

Chaitanya Bishnoi (Base price INR 10 lakhs)

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Ben Stokes, Bought By Pune For Rs 14.5 Crore, Becomes IPL’s Most Expensive Foreign Player Ever

Aggressive England all-rounder Ben Stokes set the bar in the IPL 2017 Auctionas he was bought by Rising Pune Supergiants (RPS) for Rs. 14.5 crore after some intense bidding. Stokes become IPL’s most expensive foreign player ever. Beginning at the base price of Rs. 2 crore, Stokes, who has never played the Indian Premier League, was much sought after as Mumbai Indians and Delhi Daredevils went after him hammer and tongs till Rs. 10.5 crore, when Mumbai pulled out. It was then that the Rising Pune Supergiants and Sunrisers Hyderabad went into action.ut_hkthath4eww8x4xmdoxojbzmtt2bj

However, RPS were not to be denied as they stuck to their guns and finally got the Englishman for what they’d think was a bargain price.                                                                    Stokes, 25, was born in Christchurch, New Zealand. He is an integral part of the English Test and limited-overs teams.

An aggressive, in-your-face cricketer, Stokes had impressed with his performance with bat and ball during the series with India and though his side lost all the series, the Englishman made a case for himself in that period and was one of the hottest properties for the IPL 2017 auction.

Stokes has played 32 Tests for England, plus 50 One-day Internationals and 21 T20 Internationals. It can be safely assumed that Stokes’ career T20I strike rate of over 136 and his lightning presence in the field have added to his stock.

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Mushfiqur Rahim

Mushfiqur Rahim Bangladesh

Personal Information
Born
May 09, 1988 (28 years)
Birth Place
Bogra
Nickname
Rahim
Height
Role
WK-Batsman
Batting Style
Right Handed Bat
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An absolute livewire behind the stumps, Mushfiqur Rahim, fits the clichéd description of wicket-keepers aptly. He is short, very quick behind the stumps, always chuntering away and a handy batsman as well. He was initially picked as an understudy to Khaled Mashud for the tour of England in 2005, but as he impressed everyone with his competence with the bat in the tour games, he was made to play as a specialist batsman in the first Test at the age of 16. He thus became the youngest player to play at Lord’s. An ankle injury forced him out of the side for a while before being recalled to the side for the tour of Zimbabwe in 2006. His consistent performances saw him pip Mashud as the first choice wicket-keeper for the 2007 World Cup in West Indies. He was soon a part of the Test squad, too, and sealed his spot with a 80 against Sri Lanka in only his third Test.

He continued to make consistent contributions down the order with the bat and was more than competent as a keeper for Bangladesh’s spin dominated attack. His moment of fame came in 2010 in a Test against India. He scored a quickfire century, the quickest by any Bangladeshi, and impressed many people with his sound technique. It did not help Bangladesh save defeat, but it certainly put him in the limelight. In fact, Bangladesh look up to him, and a few other talented youngsters, to take them forward.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board then launched the six-team BPL in 2012. The BCB made Mushfiqur the ‘Icon Player’ for Duronto Rajshahi. Under his leadership, Duronto overcame a poor start to progress to the semi-finals, where they lost to Barisal Burners. Rahim scored 234 runs from 11 matches in that season. In the 2012 Asia Cup, under Rahim’s captaincy, Bangladesh won two out of the three games they played and reached the final for the first time, where they lost to Pakistan. In April, his grade A+ central contract was renewed. On 11th March 2013, during the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle, Rahim became the first Bangladeshi to score a double hundred, bettering the previous highest of 190 set by Mohammed Ashraful, earlier in the day.

On May 8, 2013, Mushfiqur resigned from captaincy, but a few days later, announced that he had made a mistake and on July 3, 2013, the BCB said that they would be retaining Rahim as captain until the end of the year. Rahim had an outstanding home series against New Zealand in October and in November 2013, his team drew the first two Tests, won all the three ODIs and lost the only T20I match.

He scored his second ODl century against India in the beginning of the 2014 Asia Cup, but struggled in that match with an injury. Rahim continued to play in the next match against Afghanistan, but the hosts lost the match by 32 runs which was a great disappointment for him and his team. He captained his side in the 2014 World T20, being the hosts, they could not live up to the expectations of the fans as they lost all their matches after qualifying for the main tournament.

Bangladesh toured West Indies in August 2014 and were not able to win a single game. However, Rahim showed his worth by scoring his third Test ton. In September 2014, it was announced that Mashrafe Mortaza will be taking over the ODI captaincy while Rahim continue to be the skipper for the longer format. In the home series that followed, he was the leading run-scorer in ODIs, amassing 213 runs in five matches, including two half-centuries. He was also named the Man of the Series for the tournament.                                    Source

 

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Tamim Iqbal

Tamim Iqbal Khan (Bengali: তামিম ইকবাল খান), (born 20 March 1989) is an international Bangladeshi cricketer and former Test captain of the team. Tamim made his One Day International debut in 2007 and played his first Test the following year. A left-handed opening batsman, he is the Bangladeshi’s most successful runscorer to date. Between December 2010 and September 2011 he was vice-captain of the national side.

In 2011 he was named as one of Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack’s four Cricketers of the Year, and Wisden’s Test Player of the Year, becoming just the second Bangladeshi player to be awarded the accolade. He plays first-class cricket for Chittagong Division cricket team. He is the highest individual run scorer for Bangladesh in limited over formats and only Bangladeshi cricketer to score centuries in all three formats of the game.[1] Tamim is also Bangladesh’s highest century maker in international matches with 14 centuries, combining all forms of cricket.He scored 206 runs in a test match.He is the best test run scorer of Bangladesh National Cricket Team.tamim-iqbal

He is currently the 2nd highest run-scorer for Bangladesh in international cricket,[2] including Test matches, ODIs and T20 internationals. He is the second Bangladeshi cricketer to score 3,000 runs in Tests and 4,000 runs in ODIs and also the first Bangladeshi cricketer to go past 1,000 runs in T20Is. He is also the highest run scorer in T20 world cup 2016 hosted by India

He was named an international elite player for the inaugural Caribbean Premier League in 2013

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Mashrafe Mortaza

Mashrafe Bin Mortaza (Bengali: মাশরাফি বিন মুর্তজা) (born 5 October 1983 in Narail District) is a Bangladeshi cricketer and current captain of the One Day and Twenty20 international for Bangladesh national cricket team. He broke into the national side in late 2001 against Zimbabwe and represented Bangladesh before having played a single first-class match. Mortaza captained his country in one Test and seven One Day Internationals (ODIs) between 2009 and 2010, however injury meant he was in and out of the side and Shakib Al Hasan was appointed captain in Mortaza’s absence.mashrafe-mortaza

Mortaza used to be considered one of the fastest bowlers produced by Bangladesh, previously bowling in the mid-135s km/h in the 2000s,[3] and regularly opens the bowling. He is a useful lower-middle order batsman, with a first-class century and three Test half centuries to his name. Mortaza’s career has been hampered by injuries and he has undergone a total of ten operations on his knees and ankles.

He was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for the 2009 Indian Premier League; although KKR paid US$600,000 for Mortaza, he played just one match for them, in which he went for 58 runs in 4 overs. Due to his international commitments, Mortaza has infrequently played for Khulna Division in Bangladesh’s domestic cricket competitions. While he has represented Bangladesh 36 times in Tests and in 100 ODIs between 2001 and 2005 he played only 11 first-class and 9 list A matches for Khulna Division in the same period.[4][5] In 2012 he joined the Dhaka Gladiators and 2015 from Comilla Victorians in the newly formed Bangladesh Premier League twenty20 competition and captained them to the tournament title and led Comilla Victorians clinched the title of the third 3rd Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) .

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Mustafizur Rahman

Mustafizur Rahman (born 6 September 1995) is a Bangladeshi international cricketer. He is specialized as a left-arm Fastbowler. He has taken the most wickets (13) in a debut One Day International series. He is the first player to win the ‘Man of the Match’ award on both Test as well as ODI debuts.dc-cover-0up3j0cte3h7dkpjftbdi785o5-20160426125944-medi

Rahman made his international cricket debut against Pakistan in the Twenty20 format in April 2015. Later that year, he played his first One Day International and Test matches against India and South Africa, respectively.

Before his international career, Rahman played in the 2014 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. He also represented Dhaka Dynamites in the 2015 Bangladesh Premier League and representing Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2016 Indian Premier League, taking the award of Emerging Player for his debut season.

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Shakib Al Hasan

 

FULL NAME Shakib Al Hasan
BORN March 24, 1987
Magura, Jessore, Bangladesh
AGE 29 Years, 10 Months, 28 Days
NATIONAL SIDE Bangladesh
BATTING STYLE Left Handed
BOWLING Slow left-arm orthodox
BATTING RANK Test – 20, ODI – 31, World Cup – 31, T20I – 27
BOWLING RANK Test – 15, ODI – 6, World Cup – 6, T20I – 10
TEAMS PLAYED Bangladesh, Bangladesh A, Bangladesh Invitation XI, Khulna Division, Leicestershire, Worcestershire, Kolkata, Bangladesh, Adelaide Strikers, Melbourne Renegades, Dhaka Gladiators, Khulna Royal Bengals, Uthura Rudras, Bangladesh Cricket Board XI, Rangpur Riders, Bangladesh South Zone, Barbados Tridents, Jamaica Tallawahs, Prime Bank Cricket Club, Abahani Limited, Kalabagan Krira Chakra, Legends of Rupganj, Dhaka Dynamites, Karachi Kings, Peshawar Zalmi
MAN OF THE MATCH Test – 5, ODI – 15, World Cup – 0, T20I – 2, IPL – 3, CL – 0,
CAREER SPAN [Test, 2007 – 2017], [ODI, 2006 – 2016], [World Cup, 2007 – 2015], [T20I, 2006 – 2017], [IPL, 2011 – 2016], [CL, 2011 – 2012],

A talented middle order batsman and a probing, economical left-arm spinner, Shakib Al Hasan has been one of the most prized assets in Bangladesh cricket. He has not only proved his vitality in all areas but his leadership qualities have also seen a more courageous and confident Bangladesh unit taking to the field.images-2

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Islamabad United vs Peshawar Zalmi, 12th Match – Live Cricket Score, Commentary Series: Pakistan Super League, 2017

Islamabad United won by 5 wkts.

Peshawar Zalmi Innings136-9 (20)
Batsman
R
B
4s
6s
SR
c Misbah b Rumman Raees
4
8
0
0
50.00
lbw b Shadab Khan
19
17
3
0
111.76
c Misbah b Irfan
10
8
2
0
125.00
c Irfan b Shadab Khan
28
28
3
1
100.00
c & b Sami
0
3
0
0
0.00
c Sami b Amad Butt
5
7
0
0
71.43
c Sami b Rumman Raees
20
19
3
0
105.26
c Rumman Raees b Sami
17
12
0
2
141.67
b Sami
23
15
3
1
153.33
not out
1
1
0
0
100.00
not out
1
2
0
0
50.00
Extras
8
 (b 0, lb 0, w 8, nb 0, p 0)
Total
136
 (9 wkts, 20 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
17-1 (Tamim Iqbal, 3.2), 28-2 (Mohammad Hafeez, 4.5), 45-3 (Kamran Akmal, 6.6), 46-4 (Sohaib Maqsood, 7.4), 66-5 (Shakib Al Hasan, 10.2), 78-6 (Eoin Morgan, 13.3), 109-7 (Darren Sammy, 16.2), 134-8 (Shahid Afridi, 19.1), 134-9 (Wahab Riaz, 19.3)
Bowler
O
M
R
W
NB
WD
ECO
4
0
31
1
0
0
7.75
4
0
26
3
0
1
6.50
4
0
19
2
0
0
4.75
4
0
26
2
0
6
6.50
2
0
25
0
0
0
12.50
2
0
9
1
0
1
4.50
Powerplays
Overs
Runs
Mandatory
0.1-6
38
Islamabad United Innings137-5 (20)
Batsman
R
B
4s
6s
SR
not out
72
59
6
4
122.03
c Kamran Akmal b Junaid Khan
11
8
1
1
137.50
lbw b Hasan Ali
2
4
0
0
50.00
b Riaz
11
16
1
0
68.75
c Riaz b Shakib
5
12
0
0
41.67
run out ((sub)Chris Jordan/Kamran Akmal)
30
22
1
2
136.36
not out
1
1
0
0
100.00
Extras
5
 (b 0, lb 0, w 3, nb 2, p 0)
Total
137
 (5 wkts, 20 Ov)
Did not Bat
Shadab Khan, Sami, Irfan, Rumman Raees
Fall of Wickets
12-1 (Rafatullah Mohmand, 1.5), 15-2 (Brad Haddin, 2.6), 45-3 (Sam Billings, 8.4), 73-4 (Misbah-ul-Haq, 12.5), 136-5 (Shane Watson, 19.5)
Bowler
O
M
R
W
NB
WD
ECO
4
0
17
1
0
0
4.25
4
0
49
1
1
2
12.25
4
0
24
1
0
0
6.00
4
0
21
1
1
1
5.25
4
0
26
0
0
0
6.50
Powerplays
Overs
Runs
Mandatory
0.1-6
23
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