Today is the 36th birthday of Mashrafe Bin Mortuza, the most successful captain and fast bowler in the history of Bangladesh cricket. He was born on 5 October 1973 in Narail. One of the most popular cricketers in the country entered his 39th year after spending 36 springs of his life. He joined active politics before saying goodbye to cricket. Fought in the national election. He won and was elected as a Member of Parliament from his hometown Narail-2 constituency. Mashrafe is now a bit away from cricket to give time to this new identity. However, his first introduction to the people of the country has always been as a fighting cricketer.
The Narail Express made its Test debut against Zimbabwe in November 2001 at the age of just 16. The last two days were not played due to rain, the result of the match was a draw. However, he took 4 wickets in Zimbabwe’s only batting innings and distinguished himself. He also started wearing colorful clothes in the ODI series of the same tour of Zimbabwe. Today is the 36th birthday of Mashrafe bin Mortuza, the most successful ODI captain in the history of cricket in the country. Mashrafe was born on 5 October 1983 in Narail, a district in southwestern Bangladesh.
Despite his interest in football and badminton since childhood, Mashrafe has built his career as a cricketer. Has become the most successful captain in Bangladesh cricket in colorful costume format. Under him, Bangladesh has won 50 out of 8 ODIs and 10 out of 26 T20s. This statistic has made Mashrafe one of the best in the history of Bangladesh cricket.
Mashrafe has a reputation not only as a captain but also as a bowler on the world stage. Mash has taken 390 wickets in three formats. Mashrafe, who made his debut in 2001, has not yet left international cricket. With the test match, he started walking on the world stage. However, Mash has played only 36 Tests in his 19-year career due to injury. Mashrafe, who last played in Tests in 2009, has taken six wickets in this format
Mashrafe has taken 260 wickets in 220 ODIs and 42 wickets in 54 T20s. The right-arm pacer is the fifth bowler to take 100 wickets in ODIs as captain