The Bangladesh team faced Ireland in the tri-series on Wednesday. Tigers lost the second wicket by 160 runs to chase 292 runs for the Irish. The fourth batsman came to the wicket as Bangladesh's Mr. Dependable 'titled' Mushfiqur Rahim ' Mushfiq, who has been playing well since his innings, went out 35 runs with the help of five fours in 33 balls. But before this, the name of a unique record is named after the youngest cricketer. Mushfiqur has reached the top of the list of five wicket-keepers in the history of ODIs.
Mushfiqur Rahim has completed 5,000 runs yesterday as the fifth wicket-keeper batsman in ODI history. In the 50-over format of 204 matches, Mushfiq has 5,522 runs on the side. So anyone in the new five thousand can go to the club. But the real thing is that Mushfiq has been standing behind the wicket in 178 innings including his match in 204 ODIs. And with the 35-run yesterday, the wicketkeeper is 5,000,000 runs in the game matches.
Earlier, in the one-day history, four wicket-keepers and batsmen have scored more than five thousand or more runs. Sri Lanka's legendary wicketkeeper-batsman Kumara Sangakkara is on top of the list. Sangakkara scored 13,262 runs in 339 ODIs at 43.63 as wicketkeeper. In the second position, India's World Cup winning captain and wicketkeeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni The wicketkeeper-batsman has 10,500 runs in 288 matches at an average of 50.72.
Australia's Adam Gilchrist and Zimbabwe's Andy Flower have three and four of the best wicket-keepers in the list. Former Australian opener Gilchrist scored 9,410 runs at an average of 35.64 in 2774 innings. And Zimbabwe's former wicketkeeper-batsman Andy Flower has scored 5,845 runs at an average of 34.59 in 183 innings. Last added to this list is Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh. Right-handed batsman batting average 34.94 He made six hundreds in one-day internationals as well as 33 half-centuries.