New Delhi. ODI World Cup is to be held in India this year. Every one of the groups are caught up with planning for this competition. Bangladesh is likewise one of them. Bangl@desh is right now playing an ODI series against Ireland in the wake of overcoming India in the home ODI series last year. Subsequent to enrolling a record-breaking triumph in the main ODI, Bangl@desh batted splendidly in the subsequent match being played in Sylhet.
Batting first, Bangladesh scored 349 runs in 50 overs at the deficiency of 6 wickets. This is Bangladesh’s greatest score in ODIs. Bangladesh broke the record of their greatest ODI score in 48 hours or less. Bangladish had scored 338 for 8 wickets against Ireland in the primary ODI in Sylhet and presently scored 349 runs in the second ODI.
Mushfiqur Rahim scored a splendid hundred years in the second ODI for Bangladesh. Rahim finished his hundred in only 60 balls. This is likewise a record. Mushfiqur Rahim turned into the quickest batsman to score 100 years in ODIs from Bangladesh. He finished his hundred years on the last bundle of Bangladesh’s innings. Prior, the record for the quickest century in ODIs from Bangladish was for the sake of Shakib Al Hasan. He finished a hundred of every 63 balls against Zimbabwe in 2009.
Rahim hit 14 fours and 2 sixes – Bangladesh
Mushfiqur Rahim hit 14 fours and 2 sixes in his innings of 100 runs. That is, he hit 68 runs in 16 balls. Rahim emerged to bat in the 34th over in the second ODI against Ireland. Around then Bangladish’s score was 193 runs at the deficiency of 4 wickets. Rahim down-poured fours and sixes when he came and finished his 50 runs in only 33 balls. After this, he began playing all the more straightforwardly and finishing the following 50 runs in 27 balls, scored a long period and got his name enrolled in the record book.