Ban vs Pak: Pakistan off spinner Sajid Khan in motion in opposition to Bangladesh in Dhaka© AFP
Pakistan recorded a comprehensive win in the rain-hit second Test against Bangladesh to win the two-match sequence 2-0, profitable the second Take a look at by an innings and eight runs at Mirpur in Dhaka. It was yet one more horrible batting efficiency from the hosts as Pakistan dismissed them twice within the span of lower than two days to win the match, which it appeared would finish in a draw as a result of steady rain interruptions. Pakistan’s victory was a results of the talent and perseverance of its bowlers.
Amongst all of the bowlers, it was off-spinner Sajid Khan, who grabbed the headline together with his efforts as he ended the match with 12 wickets. However it was Sajid’s first innings return of 8/42 which helped him enter the historical past books as it’s the fourth-best bowling figures achieved by a Pakistani in Take a look at historical past. Legendary leg-spinner Abdul Qadir holds the report for greatest Take a look at bowling figures in an innings for Pakistan together with his effort of 9/56 in opposition to England in 1987.
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Sarfraz Nawaz’s 9/86 in opposition to Australia is available in second whereas leggie Yasir Shah is third on the record with 8/41 in opposition to New Zealand. Sajid eclipsed former Pakistan captain and present prime minister Imran Khan’s feat of 8/58, to take the fourth spot on the record.
Imran although holds the report for one of the best bowling figures by a Pakistani in a match, which got here in the identical encounter in opposition to Sri Lanka in 1982 as he completed with a match haul of 14/116.
Sajid’s 4 wickets within the second innings meant he completed with figures of 12/128, which is the tenth greatest in Checks for Pakistan.
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