5 Years Ban On International Cricket For Ashraful Has Come To An End

Finally, the ban on international cricket for Ashraful has come to an end. The end of 5 years of waiting is on 13 August. Mohammad Ashraful wants to take on the national team jersey again.

Bangladesh Premier League player Mohammad Ashraful has been banned for 5 years in the BPL fixing scandal for the last 8 years. In September 2014 ban was reduced to 5 years. Although he has been playing since 2017 the international cricket and the BPL are opening for him from this 13th of August.

5 Years Ban On International Cricket For Ashraful Has Come To An End
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On April 11, 2001, 16-year-old teenager Mohammad Ashraful made his debut against Zimbabwe in one-day internationals. Muralidharan was the devastating and dangerous player at that time. On 7th September Ashraful batted so extraordinarily that even Muralidharan could not stand by him and Ashraful made a history in 130 years of test cricket. He is one of the youngest ever test centuries in history.

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Ashraful who came to know about his own identity become increasingly successful. The back to back century against Sri Lanka and the Epic innings of 158 against India speaks for him. Ashraful took down world champion Australia from the sky to the ground just like hundred runs in his match-winning century.

He has shown some innovative shots that cannot be seen in the life of Brian Lara and little master Sachin Tendulkar. Mohammad Ashraful has shown his superb performance against England in the next match too. Extraordinary pool shots and scopes shorts against England break their bowling line-up. On that match, he played a 94 runs innings in 52 balls.

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5 Years Ban On International Cricket For Ashraful Has Come To An End
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In 2001 Mohammad Ashraful Bangladesh’s 2nd test Centurion has made the fastest century in three formats of Bangladesh cricket. Bangladesh won the first win against 5 times World Champions Australia in his century. After Habibul Bashar, he served as the captain of Bangladesh in 13 tests and 38 ODIs from 2007 to 2009. Bangladesh won the gold medal in the 2010 Asian games. Ashraful was late by the time.

The formers skippers fall into his own forgetful career. But after the break after 2 years, Ashraful recorded 5 centuries in the listed A season. In this 2 season, he has played 23 matches where his economy was 47. 33.

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5 Years Ban On International Cricket For Ashraful Has Come To An End
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Although there was Ban, Ashraful was not a little way from the cricket. He got everyone from the cricket board beside him. A video message through social media he said that he is very optimistic for the first class and domestic season, he thanked the president of the cricket board and everyone in the election board for staying with him so long. Ashraful will start the new national team again with consistent performance in the domestic tournament.

 

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