Bangladesh’s 1st ODI hero Mehidy Hasan Miraj produced another remarkable effort with the bat, scoring his maiden ODI hundred off just 83 balls to help the Tigers recover from a pit of 69 for 6 and post a challenging 271 for 7. 2nd ODI in Dhaka
He shared a record partnership of 148 runs for the seventh wicket with Mahmudullah, who scored 77 to put the pressure on India.
He was cautious at the start but regularly hit boundaries in the middle overs, and Mehdi took 30 runs in the last two overs to reach his century off the final ball of the innings.
It looked like another low-scoring match was in the making when Bangladesh quickly lost their top-order to the pace and pace of Mohammad Siraj and Umran Malik, before Washington Sundar caught the experienced pair of Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim. Got out in six balls.