Mohammed Abul Hasan
August 05, 1992, Kulaura, Sylhet
Left hand Bat
Right arm Medium fast
Abul Hasan shot to fame when he became the first No.10 to score a century on Test debut in 110 years. He achieved the feat against West Indies in Khulna in November 2012, even before he took the new ball - his primary role in the Bangladesh team.
Born in Kulaura, a small town in Sylhet, Abul came through the age-group system where he first played as a batsman in the Under-15 team. After a good spell of bowling, the former Bangladesh captain Minhazul Abedin convinced him to take up fast bowling seriously. A few years later, he took 34 wickets in 11 Dhaka Premier League one-day matches and regularly played in the Academy and Bangladesh A teams. He had to bide his team but earned his first call-up when he was included in the Bangladesh squad for the tour to Ireland in mid-2012 before being picked in the World Twenty20 squad. He became the 65th Test cricketer to play for Bangladesh.
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|BAN Legends vs SL Legends||29||0/20||27-Sep-2022||Raipur||OTHERT20|
|BAN Legends vs IND Legends||2||--||25-Sep-2022||Dehradun||OTHERT20|
|BAN Legends vs AUS Legends||1||1/55||18-Sep-2022||Indore||OTHERT20|
|BAN Legends vs NZ Legends||--||0/16||17-Sep-2022||Indore||OTHERT20|
|BAN Legends vs WI Legends||3||0/18||11-Sep-2022||Kanpur||OTHERT20|