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Author(s): LLC Books,
ISBN-10: 115558273X
ISBN-13: 9781155582733
Published: 2010-05
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
Pages: 116
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 22. Chapters: Abdullah Alam, Abdur Rahim (cricketer), Aiden Blizzard, Alamgir Kabir (cricketer), Aminul Islam, Jr., Delwar Hossain, Farhad Hossain, Farhad Reza, Farid Hossain, Golam Mortaza, Hamidul Islam, Imran Parvez, Jahurul Islam, Jamal Faisal, Jamiul Alam, Jubair Ahmed, Junaid Siddique, Kamrul Hasan, Khaled Mashud, Lalmohon Hossain, Mohammad Kalim, Mohammad Mostadir, Mohammad Nuruzzaman, Mohammad Rafiqul Islam Khan, Mohammad Shahzada, Moniruzzaman (Rajshahi cricketer), Murad Khan (Rajshahi cricketer), Mushfiqur Rahim, Mushfiqur Rahman, Nadim Ahmed, Omar Sharif (cricketer), Pappa Sharma, Rabiul Karim, Raqibul Hasan (Rajshahi cricketer), Rezwanul Islam, Rozel Hasanuzzaman, Rubaiyat Haque, Sabbir Rahman, Saifullah Khan, Sanjamul Islam, Saqlain Sajib, Shafaq Al Zabir, Shafiul Islam, Shamimul Haque, Sohel Rana, Suhrawadi Shuvo, Sumon Saha, Tareque Ahmed, Tariqul Islam. Excerpt: Mohammad Mushfiqur Rahim (Bengali: ) (born 1 September 1988) is a Bangladeshi cricketer and captain of the national team. He made his Test debut in 2005, at the age of 16, during Bangladesh’s first tour of England and the next year played his first One Day International. Between August 2009 and December 2010 Rahim served as Bangladesh’s vice-captain. Standing 5 feet 3 inches (1.60 m) tall, he specialises as a wicket-keeper and is a lower-order batsman. At domestic level he represents Rajshahi Division and captains Duronto Rajshahi. Mohammad Mushfiqur Rahim was born on 1 September 1988 to Mahbub Habib and Rahima Khatun. In between playing cricket, Rahim studied history at the Jahangirnagar University.Formerly, He finished his school life from Bogra Zilla School He was due to miss the exams for his Master’s degree in April 2012 as they clashed with Bangladesh’s scheduled tour of Pakistan, however the tour was postponed and Rahim allowed to sit the exams. Before playing for the senior national team, Rahim played for Bangladesh Under-19s. He represented them in three Youth Tests and 18 Youth One Day Internationals (ODIs) between 2004 and 2006, averaging 31.75 and 36.00 with the bat in the respective formats. His only half-century in the Tests came against England. Rahim trained at the Bangladesh Institute of Sports. His coach there, Mohammad Salahuddin, praised his hard work, commenting: Lord’s Cricket Ground, where Rahim at the age of 16 years and 267 days he became the youngest cricketer to make a Test at the ground.Mushfiqur was selected for Bangladesh’s tour of England in May and June 2005. In what was Bangladesh’s first tour of England, the team faced unfamiliar conditions and the batsmen struggled against seam bowling. Mushfiqur adapted his batting style in the warm up matches, “consistently playing late and straight” according to Wisden, and managed to score 63 against Sussex and a career best 115 not out against Northamptonshire in the warm up matches. Although

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