Mushfiqur Rahim Profile | Career Info, Records Biography
He took 12 wickets for Khulna and defeated Chittagong by eight wickets in Jessore in 2011. He first ripped through the Chittagong lower order in the first innings, in which they scored just 200 runs, before leaving an even bigger impression in the second innings. Al-Amin finished with 7 for 36 in the second innings, with Chittagong getting bowled out for 144 runs.
He took figures of 9 for 58, helping Khulna kicked off the second phase of the National League with an eight-wicket win over Rajshahi in a low-scoring encounter that lasted just two days at the Fatullah Osmani Stadium in Fatullah.
In 2012, he was selected to Bangladesh “A” squad to play against England Lions. In first unofficial ODI he took wicket of Joe Root, James Taylor and James Vince as England Lions where reduce to 38 for 4.
In 2013, he took 6 for 16 for Abahani Limited as rolled over Cricket Coaching School for a paltry 35 to record a 212-run win in the Dhaka Premier League. He was in the forefront of all the carnage as he picked up all of the top five batsmen inside the first 11 overs.
In October 2018, he was named in the squad for the Sylhet Sixers team, following the draft for the 2018–19 Bangladesh Premier League. He was the leading wicket-taker for Khulna Division in the 2018–19 National Cricket League, with fourteen dismissals in five matches.
He was added to Bangladesh Test squad for New Zealand series and he made his Test début in Mirpur Test. He was selected in the 15-man squad to play in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, but was sent home during the tournament for breaking a team curfew.
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