After scoring an explosive century, this player wreaked havoc with the ball and bat.

Team India embarrassed in front of the whole world, now this opener will retire from a format!

This player started leaving his mark as soon as he stepped into international cricket. He led the team to victory in many matches.

Sohag Ghazi played 10 Tests and 16 ODIs. (symbolic picture)

Which player does not dream of performing brilliantly in the debut match? But only someone gets success in making their debut match memorable in international cricket. The name of the player we are talking about today is also included in those selected cricketers. This player is an off-spinner and in the second innings of his debut test match, he made his victim six batsmen of the opposing team. The amazing thing is that such a record is recorded in the name of this player, which many times the entire career falls short in making it. This player also has a birthday on this day i.e. 5th August. Come, let’s lift the curtain from the name of this giant.

Actually, we are talking about Bangladesh Cricket Team’s veteran Sohag Gazi. Ghazi was born on 5 August 1991. He made his Test debut against the West Indies in 2012, taking six wickets in the second innings. Not only this, in October 2013, in the match against New Zealand, he made history by performing a charismatic performance. Sohag Ghazi played an unbeaten 101 against the Kiwi team, scoring his first Test century. In reply to New Zealand’s 469, Bangladesh scored 501 runs in this match. After this Ghazi also showed fire with the ball and took a tremendous hat-trick. He completed the hat-trick by dismissing Corey Anderson, BJ Watling and Doug Bracewell. With this, he became the first player in Test cricket history to score a century in the same match and also scored a hat-trick.

Ghazi shines with bat to ball

Sohag Ghazi played 10 test matches for Bangladesh. In this, he took 38 wickets. His contribution with the bat in this format was 325 runs at an average of 21.66. Apart from sending 22 batsmen to the pavilion in the 20 ODI matches he played, he also scored 184 runs at an average of 15.33. Ghazi also participated in 10 T20 matches for the country. In this, he could take only 4 wickets and could not be more successful with the bat with 57 runs. Sohag Ghazi scored 4055 runs in 93 first-class matches apart from taking 338 wickets as far as spreading the flames in first-class cricket is concerned. At the same time, 1722 runs with 63 wickets in 120 List A matches are also recorded in his account. Ghazi took 63 wickets in 95 T20 matches and also managed to score 401 runs.

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