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Mahedi Hasan, Sher e Bangal

Mahedi Hasan is also known as Sheikh Mahedi Hasan. Moreover, he should not be confused with Mahedi Hasan Rana or Mehidy Hasan.

Introduction

Sheikh Mahedi Hasan was born on December 12, 1994. Furthermore, he was born in Khulna, Bangladesh. Moreover, he played for the Khulna Division and the Bangladesh Cricket Team. Yet he made his international debut in February 2018.

Mahedi Hasan, in his recent T20I against New Zealand, got the honor of Man of the Match. Since he played against New Zealand, Moreover, the player hit the ground not only while bowling but also through his batting. Yet he grabbed two wickets against 14 runs in the four overs he hit. Furthermore, he scored 19 runs on 16 balls.

However, as far as his personal information is concerned, he was a right-handed batsman. Yet he can do right-hand off-break bowling. Since he is the all-rounder on the team, Furthermore, his height is about 5 ‘6″.

Mahedi Hasan

Personal Information of Mahedi Hasan

Date of BirthDecember 12, 1994
Place of birthKhulna, Bangladesh
Height5’ 6”
Batting StyleRight-handed batsman
Bowling StyleRight Arm Off Break
Role in TeamAll Rounder
Personal Information

The International Career of Mahedi Hasan

Mahedi Hasan initiated his international career in February 2018. Yet he started his career with a T20I against Sri Lanka. Moreover, he played this match on February 18. Yet he was added to the T20I squad for Bangladesh for the 2019–20 Tri-Nation Series. But it could not play. While dropped for two matches too.

Mahedi Hasan

Later on, he was added to the Bangladesh squad for the ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup in 2019. Furthermore, he was added to the men’s cricket tournament at the 2019 South Asian Games. It is to be noted that the Bangladeshi team won the gold medal after beating Sri Lanka by seven wickets.

It is to be noted that Mahedi was added to the ODI squad for their series against the West Indies. Yet it was played in January 2021. Later on, he was added to the team for their series against New Zealand. On March 20, 2021, he made his ODI debut against New Zealand.

Furthermore, he was added to the Bangladeshi team for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2021. While in the ODI ICC World Cup 2023.

International Details

National SideBangladesh since 2018
ODI DebutMarch 20, 2021, against New Zealand
Last ODIOctober 31, 2023, against Pakistan
T20I debutFebruary 18, 2018 against Sri Lanka
Last T20IDecember 27, 2023, against New Zealand
International Details

Domestic Career

Mahedi initiated his domestic career on November 8, 2016. Moreover, he played for Barisal Bulls in the Bangladesh Premier League in 2016–17.

Later on, he was added to the Comilla Victorians in October 2016. Moreover, it was followed by the Bangladesh Premier League 2018–19. Furthermore, he grabbed his maiden five-wicket haul in first-class cricket in November 2018. Yet he played for the South Zone.

Mahedi Hasan

Moreover, he became one of those 35 players who were added to the training camp in August 2019. Yet it was played prior to Bangladesh’s 2019–20 season. Moreover, he was added to play for Dhaka Platoon in the Bangladesh Premier League in 2019–20.

Domestic Team Information

YearsTeams
2016Barisal Bulls
2017Comilla Victorians
2018-PresentGazi Group Cricketers
2019Dhaka Platoon
2022Khulna Tigers
Domestic Career

Career Statistics

Batting

FormatMatchesRuns50’s100’s
ODIs1112200
T20Is3927800
FC522652126
List A113162841
T20s127145870
Batting Stats

Bowling

FormatMatchesBallsWickets
ODIs1143614
T20Is3982132
FC523535132
List A1133694124
T20s1272735102
Bowling Stats

 

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