Shakib could not score a century, debuting junior also missed, Bangladesh made ODI record
In the first ODI against Ireland, Bangladesh took a 1-0 lead in the series by registering a one-sided victory. Bangladesh beat Ireland by a huge margin of 183 runs.
Bangladesh cricket team is continuously performing strong at its home. After defeating India in the ODI series, he washed England in the T20 series just a few days ago. Now this team has started the ODI series against Ireland with a bang, in which Shakib Al Hasan played the star role.
In the first ODI of the series, Bangladesh veteran all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan played a blistering inning but fell short of a century. Shakib scored 93 runs in 89 balls with the help of 9 fours.
Not only Shakib, but Tauhid Hridoy, who batted with him for a long time, could not even complete his century. This 22-year-old young batsman, making his ODI debut with this match, scored 92 runs in just 85 balls, which included 8 fours and 2 sixes.
There was a 135-run partnership for the fourth wicket between Shakib and Tauheed, on the basis of which Bangladesh recovered from the initial setbacks and scored a huge score of 338 runs for 8 wickets. This is also the record of Bangladesh’s biggest score in ODI. Earlier, he had scored 333 against Australia in the 2019 World Cup.
In response, Ireland’s team faltered badly after a quick start and lost by a huge margin of 183 runs. Ireland scored 155 runs in 31 overs. Nasum Ahmed took 3 wickets and Ibadat Hossain took 4 wickets for Bangladesh. Shakib also got a breakthrough.