In the wake of picking up Test status in 2000, Bangladesh attempted to contend in Test cricket. The ascent of any semblance of Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal, and Mushfiqur Rahim has helped Bangladesh. They improved fundamentally, prompting some noteworthy minutes in recent years.
Here, we examine some of memorable Bangladesh's Test cricket matches
England versus Bangladesh, Lord's, 2010
An eight-wicket misfortune may appear to be unordinary incorporation in this rundown. Yet this Test will live on in the memory of the Bangladeshi fans who filled the open stands at Lord's.
Like his life, Jonathan Trott (226) pummeled Bangladesh as England heaped on 505, with paceman Shahadat Hossain's 5/98 the feature for the sightseers. In answer, Bangladesh could just marshal 282. However, Tamim Iqbal's shimmering 55 from only 62 balls got the attention. With his group following on, Tamim went one better in the subsequent innings, striking 100 from just 103 balls, crushing 15 fours and two sixes all the while. Britain eventually ran down their 163 run focus effortlessly, yet Tamim had more than made his imprint upon the cricketing scene.
Britain 505 and 163/2 vanquished Bangladesh 282 and 382 by eight wickets.
Bangladesh versus England, Mirpur, 2016
In the main Test of this arrangement, Bangladesh had missed the mark regarding their triumph target, losing by just 22 runs. They got sweet retribution in the following Test, asserting a far-reaching triumph because of spinner Mehidy Hasan Miraz.
Britain was hapless against the adolescent, who, playing in simply his subsequent Test, guaranteed 12 wickets. Tamim Iqbal (104) and Mominul Haque (66) created the main scores of note, with no other batsmen crossing 20 in Bangladesh's first innings. A more adjusted exertion from the English batsmen (with just opener Ben Duckett and no. 11 Steven Finn making single figures) guaranteed the sightseers snuck a tight 24-run lead. In any case, Imrul Kayes (78), Mahmadullah (47), and Shakib Al Hasan (41) got Bangladesh near 300, setting England a triumph focus of 273. Things looked cruisy for the guests at 100/0, yet when Mehedy evacuated Duckett for 56, the conduits opened; with a sensational breakdown of 10/64 as the Tigers won their first Test against England.
Bangladesh 220 and 296 vanquished England 244 and 164 by 108 runs.
Sri Lanka versus Bangladesh, Colombo, 2017
With Sri Lanka having lost the administrations of Tillakaratne Dilshan, Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara, and Bangladesh bragging one their most grounded sides, it appeared as though Bangladesh's lady prevail upon Sri Lanka was on the cards.
Thus it demonstrated. Sri Lanka would have been sensibly sure after Dinesh Chandimal's 138 took them to a first-innings complete of 338. In any case, Shakib Al Hasan added to his sparkling resume, striking 116, as he got commitments from Soumya Sarkar (61), Mushfiqur Rahim (52), and Mosaddek Hossain (75) as Bangladesh took a directing 129-run lead. Indeed, even with subsequent innings all out more than 300; Sri Lanka could just set Bangladesh an immaterial triumph focus of 191. On account of a strong stage laid by Tamim Iqbal (82); Bangladesh defeated any nerves and won with four wickets close by.
Sri Lanka 338 and 319 lost to Bangladesh 467 and 191/6 by 4 wickets.
Bangladesh versus West Indies, Dhaka, 2018
As Bangladesh's lady innings triumph, this Test was an indication of their empowering improvement at home. Driven by 136 from Mahmadullah, Shakib Al Hasan (80), Liton Das (54), and opener Shadman Islam all made more than convenient commitments as Bangladesh counted an enormous 508. All batsmen arrived at twofold figures as the Windies had ground down through the span of 154 overs.
As a distinct difference, just three West Indian batsmen got the opportunity to twofold figures; and their innings dwindled after just 36 overs. Youthful sensation Mehedy Hasan Miraz (7/58) did harm; as the Windies followed on in the wake of recording an immaterial 111. Regardless of a great 93 from Shivron Hetmeyer, he discovered little help; as his side is fallen again for just 213, with Miraz (5/59) asserting 12 wickets and Man of the Match.
Bangladesh 508 vanquished West Indies 111 and 213 by an innings and 184 runs.
Bangladesh versus Australia, Mirpur, 2017
Visiting Bangladesh for a Test arrangement just because since 2006, Australia was in for a nailbiter in the principal Test. Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal top-scored for Bangladesh with 84 and 71 separately; with the remainder of the request scarcely marshaling any opposition against Australia's fluctuated assault.
Pursuing Bangladesh's first innings complete of 260, Australia couldn't charge any better, with Shakib (5/68) to the front. With Australia all out for 217, Bangladesh had snuck an imperative 43 run lead. Tamim Iqbal (78) and Mushfiqur Rahim (41) were the solitary hands in a Bangladeshi all out of 221. This left Australia with a gettable 265 for triumph. At 158/2, it appeared as though Australia had headed to a hard-battled win. However, Shakib Al Hasan (5/85) again stood up, chipping endlessly with normal wickets.
Australia basically would not surrender the phantom. However, pushed Bangladesh right before Taijul Islam had Hazelwood LBW for a duck, sending Dhaka wild with festivity.
Bangladesh 260 and 221 crushed Australia 217 and 244 by 20 runs.