Quader hopes victory of AL-led alliance in polls

Quader hopes victory of AL-led alliance in polls
Published : 24 Nov 2018, 00:14:46
Quader hopes victory of AL-led alliance in polls
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Debutante off-spinner Nayeem Hasan took himself in a new heights as he achieved a world record with his five-wicket haul on the second day of the ongoing first Test against West Indies at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram on Friday.
Thanks to his impressive figures of 14-2-61-5 in the first innings which helped Bangladesh to dismiss West Indies their first innings at 246. Nayeem has become the youngest bowler ever in the history of Test cricket taking five wickets on his debut Test.
The off-spinner claimed the wicket of Jomel Warrican to complete his five-wicket haul. He overtook Pat Cummins’s record– the Australia paceman achieved the feat aged 18 years 193 days– to become the youngest to attain the record.
Nayeem also broke the record held by Enamul Haque Jr, who had grabbed five wickets against Zimabwe in 2005 at the age of 18 years and 32 days, to become
Tigers’ youngest to achieve the feat.
The local lad, currently aged 17 years and 356 days had already made a notable contribution with the bat on the first day to kept his wicket unhurt on Day one.
He is the eighth Bangladesh player to get five wickets in debut with off-spinner Mehidy Hasan Miraz being the last player to have achieved the feat when he claimed six wickets against England in 2016.
Nayeem is now fourth in the all-time list of youngest player to take five wickets in an innings as well.-BSS

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