Mominul Haque | Everything to know about the new Bangladesh Test cricket captain

Mominul Haque has been appointed Bangladesh Test captain for the forthcoming series in India as a replacement of Shakib Al Hasan, the regular test captain of Bangladesh cricket team who is banned from all forms of cricket by International Cricket Council for two years after breaching ICC Anti-Corruption Code.

We have put together a guide to help you know everything about Mominul Haque:

Mominul Haque is a Bangladeshi cricketer who also plays for Dhaka Division. 

Mominul Haque is a promising batsman of Bangladesh Test cricket squad and has the highest average in tests for a Bangladeshi player.

His nickname is Showrab.

Mominul Haque is the only Bangladeshi cricketer to score eleven consecutive fifty-plus scores in Test cricket history. 

He is a left-hand top-order and middle-order cricket batsman and a slow left-arm orthodox cricket bowler.

Mominul Haque is the only Bangladeshi cricketer to score hundreds in both innings of a Test match and has an impressive average of 44.09 in Test matches as a cricket batsman.

He plays for the Rajshahi Kings cricket team in the Bangladesh Premier League. 

His highest score in Test matches is 181 as a cricket batsman.

Mominul Haque made his first-class debut during the 2008–09 season, against Chittagong Division cricket team.

Mominul Haque has scored 8 hundred and 12 fifties in his 33 matches old International Test career as a cricket batsman.

Mominul Haque made his test debut against the Sri Lankan cricket team on 8 March 2013 at Galle, Sri Lanka. He scored a half-century on his debut and ended up scoring 156 runs in 3 innings at an impressive average of 52.00 in his maiden Test cricket series.

Mominul Haque made his first century in a Test match against the New Zealand cricket team in Chittagong in 2013, off just 100 balls.

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