Al Hasan, captain of the T20I team, is willing to give up his preferred batting
position – number 3 – if the team needs it. The T20I tri series in New Zealand
was Bangladesh’s last international match before the T20 World Cup in Australia.
Bangladesh is still sorting out the batting order for the T20 format.
who will return to the team after missing the two-match series against the UAE
owing to CPL obligations, could bat at No. 4.
Who is Shakib Al Hasan?
Al Hasan, a Bangladeshi cricketer, was born on March 24, 1987, in Magura,
to Utpal Shuvro, the sports editor of Prothom Alo, a daily newspaper of
Bangladesh, Shakib was quite skilled at cricket and was frequently engaged to
play for several villages and teams. In 2003’s ACC’s Under-17, Shakib made his
Under-17 debut which was against the UAE Under-17s, recording a bowling score
of 3-18 in 8 overs. Shakib made his first-class debut for Khulna in May 2004 at
the age of 17; he bowled figures of 0/116 in the first innings of 30 overs and
3/92 in the second innings of 28 overs.
the 2005 Afro-Asia Under 19 cup match against India Under-19 Shakib first
represented Bangladesh at the Under-19 level.
August 6, 2006, at the Harare Sports Club, Shakib played his first One Day
International (ODI) match against Zimbabwe. He made his T20I debut against
Zimbabwe on November 28, 2006. He traveled to Zimbabwe in February 2006 with
Bangladesh’s senior team. The Bangladeshi player was one of the three uncapped
players that formed the team, along with Farhad Reza and Mushfiqur Rahim.
Al Hasan is the current captain of Bangladesh’s national cricket team in Test
and T20I cricket. In the ICC ODI and T20I Player Rankings, he is regarded as
the best all-rounder.
is a fierce left-handed batsman in the middle order and bowls slow left arm