After this century, Mushfiqur Rahim thanked God in this way. Photo: collected
Mushfiqur Rahim, who marked a century against Australia, was overtaken by the legendary cricket player Inzam-ul-Haq along with a number of cricket players.
Mushfiq, who scored an undefeated 102, scored 9 fours and a six in 97 balls against Australia in Nottingham on Thursday. It's his first century in the World Cup. But in one-day cricket he made the seventh century, the star of the batsman, the batsman of Bangladesh.
Mushfiq, who scored 754 races in 26 World Cup matches, scoring a century and fifty-five, Mushfiq overcame Graeme Smith, Brendon McCullum, Yuvraj Singh, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Rajim Raja and Steve Smith.
At the World Cup, he scored 717 runs in 33 matches with former captain of Pakistan Inzam-ul-Haq. Indian athlete Yuvraj Singh scored 738 runs in 23 matches. Australian ace Steve Smith scored 699 runs in 20 matches.
Not only that! Mushfiqur Rahim came out in the best races in the run-up to the World Cup, including Steve Smith, Kane Williamson, Jonny Bairstow, Jason Rai and Virat Kohli.
Australian Open Warner David Warner leads the list with 447 races in 6 games so far this year. Shakib Al Hasan, the most complete in the world, is in second place with 425 races in a match. Australian captain Aaron Finch has three wickets with 396 runs.