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12 November, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Rubel grabs career best 7 wkts

Rubel grabs career best 7 wkts
SPORTS REPORTER, Dhaka

Fast bowler Rubel Hossain recorded his career best bowling figure in four-day domestic cricket claiming a seven-wicket haul against Rajshahi Division in the fifth round of ongoing National Cricket League (NCL) Tier 1 match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur yesterday.

Rubel, who wasn’t up to the standard so far in the ongoing NCL, marked his return with a destructive 7 for 51 to thrash Rajshahi 151 all-out in their first knock.

After rain marred day one, Rubel remained wicket-less and bowled only three overs the following day. Rubel started to run riot against the Rajshahi batting line-up removing both the openers Avishek Mitra and Mizanur Rahman. After Mizanur’s departure on 62, Abdur Razzak and Ziaur Rahman shared three wickets between them to reduce Rajshahi  85 for 5 at one stage.

When Rajshahi were struggling at one end, Rubel started wrecking havoc on the opposition picking up the last five wickets to make it a seven-for to bowl out Rajshahi for 151.

Before this spell, Rubel had only one best bowling spell, 6 for 18 in List A cricket.

Sunzamul Islam’s 48 that came off just 49 balls in which he smoked three sixes was the only notable innings for Rajshahi after Mizanur Rahman scored 43 at the top.

Amit Majumder and Tushar Imran hit 59 and 58 respectively for Khulna as they finished day three for 154/4.

In Tier 2 encounter between Dhaka Metro and Sylhet , Alok Kapali reached another milestone to become the second batsman to score more than 9000 runs in country’s domestic cricket at the Shahid Kamruzzaman Stadium in Rajshahi yesterday.

Alok Kapali now only has Tusher Imran to follow, who is the leading run-scorer in the country’s First-class cricket with over 11, 564 runs.

After Shamsur Rahman’s 114 helped Dhaka Metro declare their first knock at 311 for 8, Sylhet skipper Alok Kapali achieved the feat to score 9000 runs in a 59-run partnership for fourth wicket along with the 18-year-old century maker Amite Hasan, who smashed a brilliant 125 off 124 balls to post Sylhet 351 all out in their first innings. Alok Kapali scored 32 runs for Sylhet.

In the second knock, Dhaka Metro finished day three for 254/4, leading by 205 runs.

Azmir Ahmed smoked 8 sixes to his 80 while Marshall Ayub remained unbeaten on 73 for Metro.

 

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