Afghanistan etched their name in history books after they registered a 224-run win over Bangladesh on Monday in a one-off Test match in Chattogram. Batting first, Afghanistan piled up a total of 342 in the first innings, courtesy a hundred from Rahmat Shah and 92 from Asghar Afghan.
Later, skipper Rashid Khan’s fifer helped his side bowl out Bangladesh for 205 giving them the first innings list.
Afghanistan went the extra mile to make sure @MohammadNabi007 will take back fond memories from his final day as a Test cricketer ???? #BANvAFG pic.twitter.com/shrttJ6vJp— ICC (@ICC) September 9, 2019
Bangladesh were eventually bundled out for 173 runs in the second innings. Rashid scalped a six-for to complete a tally of 11 wickets in the match. With the end of this match, Mohammad Nabi also concluded his Test career.
The hero of Afghanistan. 20 years old. Leading their nation for the first time in tests. 75 runs. 11 wickets. King Rashid Khan. #BANvAFG pic.twitter.com/nlhg9Np8Vl— Johns (@CricCrazyJohns) September 9, 2019