Ebadot without opening an account in 10 innings

Cricket It is not possible for the players to land on the field and there is no new feat. Something similar was seen recently in the Test match being played between Bangladesh and New Zealand (BAN vs NZ). In this way, records are often made and broken on the playground. But, many times, many unwanted records are recorded in the names of some players, which they never want. In the two-match Test series being played between Bangladesh and New Zealand (BAN vs NZ), such an unwanted record has been registered in the name of Ibadat Hussain.

Unwanted record recorded in the name of worship

Actually, this batsman of the visiting team has not been able to open his account for the last 10 innings. Which is quite surprising. This batsman of Bangla team has not been able to score even 1 run in 10 innings. In the second test, the host team, who came to bat first, has made a mountain-like score of 521 runs. In response, the entire innings of the visiting team was reduced to just 126 runs.

In this match being played between Bangladesh and New Zealand (BAN vs NZ), Hussain returned to the not-out pavilion on 0 runs. This is the 10th consecutive time that Hussain has gone back to the pavilion without opening an account. Between 2019 and 2021, he has come out to bat in a total of 10 innings of Test cricket. But, his score has been consistently 0.

remained unbeaten 7 times in 10 innings

Ebadot Hossain

Ebadot Hossain has returned to the pavilion 7 times during 10 innings. At the same time, the account of this player could not be opened even 3 times. This is the first such record which is recorded only in Hussain’s name. Earlier, the name of Chris Martin was included in this list. Who came to play in 9 innings and could not even open his account.

In the last Test match being played between Bangladesh and New Zealand (BAN vs NZ), the hosts are looking heavy. The visiting team has already won the first match of this series. The Bangla team created history by defeating the Kiwi team by 8 wickets on their own soil. The target of 40 runs was achieved by the visiting team losing 2 wickets. Although Ibadat Hussain took 6 wickets in the second innings while bowling in this match.