Habibul Bashar

Habibul Bashar

Qazi Habibul Bashar (Bengali: কাজী হাবিবুল বাশার) (born August 17, 1972) is a Bangladeshi cricketer, and the former captain of the Bangladeshi cricket team. Under the managership of Dav Whatmore, he has been found to be the most successful captain to lead the Bangladesh team to overcome several milestones. The first test victory of Bangladesh came under his hands in 2004 against Zimbabwe. Under Bashar's captaincy, Bangladesh have beaten Australia, India, South Africa and Sri Lanka in limited overs matches. Bashar is currently one of the chief selectors of BCB, along with Akram Khan and Minhajul Abedin.

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International Cricket In 2004–05 - December 2004 - India in Bangladesh
... Home captain Away captain Venue Result Test Series Test 1725 10-13 Dec 2004 Habibul Bashar Sourav Ganguly Bangabandhu National Stadium India by innings and 140 runs ...
Bangladeshi Cricket Team Records - Records - Tests - Batting
... Most runs 2838 by Habibul Bashar Best average 34.60 by Habibul Bashar Highest individual score 158* by Mohammad Ashraful v India at Chittagong (2004/2005 ...
Bangladeshi Cricket Team In Sri Lanka In 2005–06 - Matches Played - First Test: Sri Lanka V Bangladesh 12-14 September
... Bangladesh 86 ... Sri Lanka won by an innings and 96 runs Habibul Bashar 84 HMRKB Herath 4/38 Habibul Bashar 15, Khaled Mashud 15 Muttiah Muralitharan 6/18 R ... pad by Lasith Malinga, but Javed Omar made a gutsy 30, and Habibul Bashar got his second successive Test half-century, as Bangladesh made their way to 155 for 2 ... A throw from close in ran out Habibul Bashar - he had managed to get his bat over the line, but it bounced up and did not touch the ground when the ball hit the stumps ...
Bangladeshi Cricket Team In Zimbabwe In 2006
... Home captain Away captain Venue Result One-Day International Schedule ODI 29 ... Jul 2006 Habibul Bashar Prosper Utseya Harare Sports Club ZIM by 2 wkts ODI ...