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Home » Team Profiles » Bangladesh » Mohammad Rafique

Mohammad Rafique

Full name Mohammad Rafique

Born May 9, 1970, Dhaka

Current age 35 years

Major teams Bangladesh, Dhaka Division, Sylhet Division

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox


Mohammad Rafique is a rhythmical left-armer who played in Bangladesh's inaugural Test, against India at Dhaka in November 2001. He bounced back in May 2003, with figures of 6 for 77 against South Africa. It was the best bowling performance by a Bangladeshi in 19 Tests and it put Rafique in the spotlight. In the later part of 2003 he became the leading wicket-taker in the series against England. St Lucia. His 5 for 65 against Zimbabwe at Chittagong was instrumental in Bangladesh winning their first-ever Test and he played a vital role in turning around the one-day series against them as well.


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