Tareq Aziz took three wickets in his ODI debut in 2002 wearing a Bangladeshi jersey. The 19-year-old Tiger pacer showed such achievement in the match against Pakistan in Chittagong. Rubel Hossain surpassed Tareq Aziz with a maximum of 4 wickets in his debut in 2009. Five years later, in his debut as a fast bowler, Taskin Ahmed set a record for the first five wickets for the country. Two years later, Mostafizur Rahman took five wickets in his debut as the second fast bowler.
No spinner has this achievement in his debut for the country. Fast bowler Hasan Mahmud also made his debut with the ball. 21-year-old fast bowler Hasan Mahmud made his ODI debut in the country’s jersey yesterday. The 134th cricketer of the country took 2 wickets in two consecutive balls in his first match. In the end, he bowled 6 overs and took 3 wickets for 28 runs.
The coaches and selectors did not hesitate to give Hasan a place in the national team due to his ability to bowl around 140. He reciprocated the confidence in his first match. At the end of 2012, Hasan got acquainted with coach Monir at Laxmipur District Cricket Academy. Mahmud started playing cricket as a medium pace bowler. After getting a chance in BKSP, his bowling speed increased.
After that, Bangladesh got a chance to play in the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand. Besides studying, his interest in cricket was indomitable. That is why there is no account of how much the madrasa has cheated. Then the bowler of the high-performance team. But he was suffering all year due to injury. However, whenever Hasan was bowling in the gap, Tamim Iqbal would see him in the net. In the end, Tamim, in his first international match as captain, dropped the young pacer on his head.