Shakib Al Hasan picked up the wicket of Najibullah to and scored 10 runs to become the first cricketer in the history of the game to score 10,000 international runs and pick up 500 wickets. This is a double very few can even dream off. The 31-year-old bowler still has a lot of cricket left in him and we are certain he will set the benchmark really high when he finally throws in the towel. Meanwhile, Afghanistan whitewashed Bangladesh 3-0 in the recently concluded 3-match T20I series in Dehradun. Rashid Khan as expected bagged the Man of the Series, he picked up 8 wickets in the series. Rashid Khan was unplayable for the visitors who literally crumbled in front of his magic. Also Read - IPL 2020: Shahid Afridi Rues Absence of Pakistan Players in IPL, Says Players Like Babar Azam Missing Out on Big Platform
Having also scored 10,102 runs in international cricket, Shakib joined an elite all-rounder list containing Jacques Kallis and Shahid Afridi. Also, by picking up the wikcet of Najibullah, he became the 32nd bowler to breach the 500-wicket mark in international cricket (Tests, ODIs and T20Is combined), a feat to be proud of. Also Read - Munaf Patel, Chris Gayle, Shahid Afridi Among Overseas Players For Lanka Premier League 2020 Auction
The ace all-rounder made his debut way back in 2006 against Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe. Since then he has gone on to captain Bangladesh when needed and got counted when it mattered. He surely is one of the best all-rounders in the history of the game.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh has appointed Steve Rhodes as the head coach of the team. This looks like a knee-jerk reaction from the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), following the humiliating whitewash against Afghanistan.