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  Statistical Highlights - Bangladesh v. Afghanistan - 05/09/2019  
  Rahmat Shah scored 102 runs from 187 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his maiden century, see Best Batting Performances, and the first century scored by an Afghanistan player. See Highest Scores for Afghanistan. Rahmat Shah has now scored 294 runs at an average of 58.80. See Innings Breakdown Analysis .

Asghar Afghan scored 92 runs from 174 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his best batting performance, and the first time that he has been dismissed in the "nineties". See Best Batting Performances. Asghar Afghan has now scored 195 runs at an average of 48.75. See Innings Breakdown Analysis .

Taijul Islam took 4/116 in the first innings of the match, took his aggregate to 103 wickets, and he became the third Bangladesh player to reach the 100 wickets milestone. See Players Taking Most Wickets for Bangladesh Graph.

Afghanistan defeated Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, which was the inaugural match between the two countries. See Bangladesh v Afghanistan.

Rashid Khan took 5/55 in the first innings and 6/49 in the second innings of the match, and the match total of 11/104 was his best match bowling performance, see Best Match Bowling Performances, and the best match bowling performance by an Afghanistan bowler. See Afghanistan. Also, the second innings analysis of 6/49 was his best innings bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, and was the third time that he has taken five wickets in an innings, second against Bangladesh, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 20 wickets at an average of 18.00. See Players Taking Most Wickets for Afghanistan Graph.


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