Cricket’s star player dies, fans are in despair. Hindi News


Former Bangladesh all rounder Mosharraf Hossain Passed Away: Former Bangladesh all-rounder Musharraf Hossain passed away at the age of 40 after battling brain cancer for three years. This has caused a wave of mourning in the sports world. His health had deteriorated earlier this year.

Disappointment among fans

Former Bangladesh cricketer Musharraf Hossain played five ODIs and scored brilliant runs in first-class cricket, as well as taking wickets with his left-arm spin bowling. Hussain had brain surgery at a hospital in Chennai late last year, but his health deteriorated earlier this year and he was admitted to the ICU of United Hospital in Dhaka last month. After this he died on 19 April.

BCB expressed grief

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) expressed grief over his death through social media. BCB tweeted, ‘Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) condoles the demise of former Bangladesh player Musharraf Hossain Rubel. Musharraf Hussain took more than 550 wickets in all formats in a career spanning two decades. BCB extends deepest sympathy and condolences. Hussain is survived by his wife and one child.

played cricket for bangladesh

Musharraf Hossain made his debut for South Africa in 2008 for Bangladesh. At the same time, almost eight years later, in 2016, he played the second match against Afghanistan. He played a total of 5 ODI matches for Bangladesh, in which he took 4 wickets.

Big name in domestic cricket

Musharraf Hossain was a big name at the first-class level, who was known as the best all-rounder. He took 392 wickets in 112 matches at an average of 29.02. “Husain is one of seven cricketers to score 3,000 runs and take 300 wickets in first-class cricket in Bangladesh,” the report said. He won the ‘Player of the Match’ award in the 2013 Bangladesh Premier League final for his superb bowling 3/26 for the Dhaka Gladiators.

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