Bangladesh became an associate member of the game in 1977. They were conferred test status in 2000 and played their first test against India that November. Even though they lost the game, it was the start of an exciting story for Bangladesh. This team has progressed significantly over time and is now a strong unit, especially at home.
In this article, we will look at the top four players who have taken the most wickets against the world ‘s most cutthroat cricketing teams.
|Australia||12||Shakib Al Hasan||2||4||270||2017-2017|
|New Zealand||26||Shakib Al Hasan||8||14||752||2008-2017|
|South Africa||15||Shahadat Hossain||4||5||418||2008-2008|
|Sri Lanka||38||Shakib Al Hasan||9||16||1,415||2007-2022|
Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan ranks 15th all-time and first among his countrymen with 24 five-wicket hauls in all formats of international cricket. He is known as “Bangladesh’s finest single cricketer” and is widely regarded as the best all-rounder in One Day International (ODI) cricket. The bowling statistics of Shakib Al Hasan in the TEST format are as follows, M (65), W (231), Econ (2.94) and Avg (31.2). Shakib Al Hasan took 29 wickets against England in six matches from 2010 to 2016, placing him among the top four players in the world in terms of wickets taken against the most fiercely competitive cricketing teams.
Few players in their entire careers have a hat-trick or an eight-wicket haul, but Taijul Islam appears to have done both in a season, the latter on his ODI debut. The bowling statistics of Taijul Islam in the TEST for at are as follows, M (40), W (166), Econ (3.02) and Avg (33.2). Taijul Islam has been a strolling disaster for Zimbabwe’s top and middle batting orders, capturing 41 wickets in six matches from 2014 to 2022, placing him among the top four players in the world in terms of wickets taken against the most competitive cricketing teams.
Rafique, a left-arm slow orthodox bowler, was among just a few Bangladeshis to make the ICC bowlers rankings’ top 50. He was Bangladesh’s pioneering wicket-taker in the home Test series against India, as well as second on the away tour to Zimbabwe. The bowling statistics of Mohommad Rafique in the TEST format are as follows, M (133), W (100), Econ (2.8) and Avg (40.76). Mohommad Rafique took 15 wickets against India in 5 matches between 2000 and 2007, placing him among the top four players in the world in terms of wickets taken against the most competitive cricketing teams.
Hossain, known for his height and aggressive demeanour, was named the fastest bowler in the Bangladesh squad. His bowling pace infrequently surpassed 80 mph (130 km/h) by 2010. His run-up is fluid, his deliveries are angled, and he bowls quickly. He has a public image for wounding batsmen with his bouncer, having attacked international players such as Mathew Sinclair and Ricky Ponting. The bowling statistics of Shahadat Hossain in the TEST for at are as follows, M (38), W (72), Econ (4.16) and Avg (51.8). Shahadat Hossain took 15 wickets in four matches against South Africa in 2008, placing him among the top four players who have taken the most wickets against the world’s toughest cricketing teams.