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Mustafiz & Rubel seals their position in Times of India’s best bowling list

December 26th, 2015 | by admin
Mustafiz & Rubel seals their position in Times of India’s best bowling list
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The two main pace guns of Bangladesh national team are Mustafizur Rahman and Rubel Hossain and they have established a strong position in the national team by their outstanding performance throughout the year.

From the very first of their debut they have been helping Bangladesh Cricket team to get a higher position in world cricket. According to the Times of India, Rubel and Mustafiz are the two Bangladeshi pacers whose spells are the best in this year among 10 bowlers.

Rubel Hossain- 4/53 against England at Adelaide–

Bangladesh made England out from the World Cup with this win. If the century stand between Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim pioneered this victory, then Rubel’s spell was at the heart of it. Rubel took two wickets in an over and came to Bangladesh’s rescue in their hour of need. When England’s score was 121/ 2 and the English batsman Ian Bell looked set for a big score, at that moment Rubel removed Bell for 63 and after three balls he took the most precious wicket of Eoin Morgan for 0 and put his team back on top. Later, when England needed 16 runs from 12 balls, Rubel CLEANED UPStuart Broad and James Anderson in the space of three balls to seal a historic win for Bangladesh.

Mustafizur Rahman – 6/43 v India, Mirpur

Young Mustafizur produced one of the finest ODI debuts cricket has seen. Against a fully-strengthened Indian side, the left-arm seamer bagged 6/43 to seal a landmark series win for Bangladesh. Continuing from where he left off in the first ODI, where he finished with 5/50, Mustafizur’s variations, especially his cutters, were too much for India. His six wickets included Rohit Sharma, MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina and the lower middle order. After getting Rohit out first ball of the match, Mustafizur strangled the batting with disciplined line and length. In the rain-affected match, Bangladesh chased down India’s total of 200 in 38 overs.

Bowlers that are in the top 10 list of Times of India:

Tim Southee – 7/33 v England, Wellington
Trent Boult – 5/27 v Australia, Auckland
Mitchell Starc – 6/28 v New Zealand, Auckland
Rubel Hossain – 4/53 v England, Adelaide
Imran Tahir – 4/26 v Sri Lanka, Sydney
Mustafizur Rahman – 6/43 v India, Mirpur
Kagiso Rabada – 6/16 v Bangladesh, Mirpur
Mitchell McClenaghan – 4/36 v Sri Lanka, Christchurch
Morne Morkel – 4/39 v India, Rajkot
Mitchell Marsh – 5/33 v England, Melbourne

(The Times of India)

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