Shakib Al Hasan made a world record in T20 cricket, Shahid Afridi also left behind


new Delhi. Bangladesh star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan (Shakib Al Hasan) has registered a world record in his name. Shakib played the first against Afghanistan (Bangladesh vs Afghanistan) T20 International Achieved this feat in the match. In the match played at the Sher-e Bangla Stadium in Dhaka, hosts Bangladesh defeated Afghanistan by 61 runs. The Afghanistan team, captained by Rashid Khan, could not even play the full 20 overs and were bundled out for 94 runs.

Shakib Al Hasan In this match, he took 2 wickets for 18 runs in his quota of 4 overs. 34-year-old Shakib has become the bowler to bowl the most dot balls in T20 International cricket. Right-arm spin bowler Shakib broke the record of legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi during this period. Shakib has so far bowled a total of 832 dot balls in T20 International cricket, that is, the batsmen have not been able to score runs on these balls.

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Earlier this world record was in the name of Shahid Afridi, who bowled 830 dot balls. At number three in this list is former Sri Lankan pacer Lasith Malinga, who did not give any runs in 713 balls in his T20 International career. Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan is at number four with 627 balls. Shakib will not be seen playing in IPL 2022. Shakib could not find any buyer in the two-day players’ mega auction held in Bengaluru. Shakib is the leading wicket taker batsman in T20 International cricket. He has 119 wickets in 95 matches.

Talking about the match, Afghanistan team could not even score 100 runs in the match. Bangladesh had made a struggling score of 155 runs for 8 wickets while playing first. In reply, the visiting team was reduced to 94 runs in 17.4 overs. Left-arm spinner Nasum Ahmed bowled brilliantly. He gave only 10 runs in 4 overs and also took 4 wickets. He got the player of the match award. Earlier, Bangladesh had captured the ODI series 2-1.

Tags: Afganistan, Bangladesh, Bangladesh Cricketer, Shahid afridi, Shakib Al Hasan

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