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Mominul blasts 182 against Ireland A

  • Published at 03:35 pm August 8th, 2018
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Bangladesh A captain Mominul Haque reacts prior to their fourth one-dayer against Ireland A in Dublin Wednesday Cricket Ireland

Bangladesh A captain Mominul Haque, coming in at No 3, blasted as many as 27 fours and three sixes as the visiting side piled on the runs in their bid to go 2-1 ahead in the series

Bangladesh A posted a handsome total of 385 runs for the loss of four wickets in their stipulated 50 overs against Ireland A in the fourth and penultimate one-dayer at The Hills Club Ground in Dublin, Ireland Wednesday, riding on Mominul Haque’s brilliant 133-ball 182.

Bangladesh A captain Mominul, coming in at No 3, blasted as many as 27 fours and three sixes as the visiting side piled on the runs in their bid to go 2-1 ahead in the series. Mominul created a host of records and was well supported by opener Zakir Hasan and wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Mithun, who chipped in with 79 and 86 respectively.

Zakir hit seven boundaries and a couple of sixers in his 93-ball knock while Mithun was more destructive, hammering 14 fours and a couple of over boundaries in his 51-ball innings.

The Bangladesh innings was all about two significant partnerships really. First, Zakir and Mominul added 210 for the second wicket before the latter and Mithun put together 112 for the third wicket.

With the exception of Andy McBrine, all of the Ireland A bowlers conceded more than eight runs per over in the face of some devastating batting by Bangladesh A.

The visiting side won the second one-dayer by 87 runs before Ireland A made it 1-1, after winning the third one-dayer by 34 runs. The first one-dayer was washed out. The first three matches were held at Oak Hill Club in Wicklow.

The two teams will also lock horns with each other in a three-match T20 series.

4th one-dayer

Bangladesh A 385/4 (Mominul 182, Mithun 86*, Zakir 79) v Ireland A


Mominul in numbers

•    Mominul's 182 is now Bangladesh’s highest List A score on foreign soil, beating Tamim Iqbal’s 154 against Zimbabwe from 2009.

•    Mominul's 27 fours is also a Bangladesh record, overtaking Nafees Iqbal's 21 fours from a Dhaka Premier League game in 2013.

•    Bangladesh A ended up making 385 losing four wickets in their allotted 50 overs, which is the side's highest ever List A total.

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