Afghanistan Historic Win Against Bangladesh
Afghanistan recorded its first test victory, beating Bangladesh by a considerable margin of 224 runs in the Chattogram Exceptional Series. The host recorded a catastrophic record with his humiliating defeat against the new entrants in the testing arena. It was Afghanistan Historic win in the test match against Bangladesh.
The Bangladeshi hitters struggled to score on the board, which hurt them a lot during the game. Afghanistan had to fight not only Bangladesh but also the rain gods. And they stood out with their very first Test win. Rahmat Shah and Asghar Afghan laid the foundations with their 120-runs stand in the first rounds and Rashid gave the final touches to about 50 people. Afghanistan scored 342 points in the opening rounds but beat Bangladesh for 205 runs.
The host had not received any application from their batsmen while skipper Rashid Khan was spinning his canvas in Chattagram. Mominul Haque and Mosaddek Hossain started but failed to convert them into big scores, cost Bangladesh the game.
The Afghans once again produced a determined effort with Asghar Afghan and Afsar Zazai, adding a valuable partnership to help the visitors score a massive target in the fourth round. The Afghan captain once again managed to win six wickets and make Bangladesh tingle for 173 points.
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At one point, it seemed that the rain would save Bangladesh’s day, but that was not the case. The team led by Shakib Al Hasan will have to introspect its performances and come out harder in the next matches.
Meanwhile, with their frictions against the Afghans, Bangladesh became the first team to lose at least one Test match against ten different nations. They will have a difficult task to accomplish in the coming days to get out of the disaster.