Mushfiqur Rahim 1st Bangladesh Cricketer to complete 5000 test runs Tamim Iqbal is behind him


Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 1st Test: Bangladesh’s senior wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim scored 85 runs till lunch break on the fourth day of the first Test against Sri Lanka. During this he crossed the 5000-run mark in Test cricket. Mushfiqur achieved this feat in the 149th innings of the 81st Test. Mushfiqur has become the first batsman to score 5000 Test runs for Bangladesh. He is followed by Tamim Iqbal, who currently has 4981 runs in his account.

Tamim was very close to touching this figure before Mushfiqur, but due to a cramp on the third day of the match, he had to retire hurt. Tamim was playing at that time scoring 133 runs. If Tamim had scored another 19 runs, his 150 runs in this innings would have been scored and he would have touched the 5000-run mark before Mushfiqur. After these two, Shakib Al Hasan’s number comes at number three.

Shakib currently has a total of 4029 runs in his account, and he is currently far behind these two. These are the three batsmen who have scored more than 4000 runs for Bangladesh. Talking about the match, Bangladesh has scored 385 runs for three wickets till the lunch break. Mushfiqur and Liton Das are at the crease.

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