A full strength India team has come against the Tigers in the tour of Bangladesh. However, India lost 2 matches in the 3-match ODI series. However, Team India saved itself from being whitewashed by winning the last match. Mehdi Hasan Miraj is the hero of the series win. Side hero then Shakib Al Hasan In this high-voltage series, Shakib created a new record as he showed his magic by thrashing the Indian batsmen. Shakib surpassed Australian legend Shane Warne due to his good performance with the ball in this series.
Currently, the Tiger all-rounder has 1 more wickets than the leg-spinner in ODI cricket. However, before taking the field against India, Shakib was 8 wickets behind Warne. But the world’s best all-rounder has taken a total of 9 wickets in three ODI matches.
Shakib single-handedly destroyed the Indian batting lineup by taking 5 wickets in the first ODI. It was his first Fifer again against India. In the next two matches, he took two wickets each. And with that, Shakib’s total number of wickets in ODI stands at 294. Shakib played 224 matches to get this wicket. He spent just 4.44 runs per over.
On the other hand, despite playing less matches than Shakib, Warne’s wicket is 293. This former leg spinner has bowled at an economy rate of 4.25 in a career of 194 matches. However, there is an opportunity for Shakib to take more wickets. Because he can still play for a long time. The Tiger all-rounder’s fitness and form, both speak volumes. That’s why the fanush of possibility is flying.
The ODI series is over for now. Shakib now has a test mission ahead of him. In the two Tests against India, the responsibility of batting and balling is on his shoulders, as well as the burden of leadership. This series against the all-powerful India is going to be thrilling. It remains to be seen how much Shakib can spread that thrill. Keep an eye on the match venues of Chittagong and Dhaka.