At the age of 19, Mehidy Hasan had a five-wicket Test haul and this youngster is a star in the making for the Bangladesh Cricket team. At a raw age of 16, Mehidy played in the U-19 team for Bangladesh and soon enough he grabbed headlines in his first-class performances. He racked up 30 wickets at an average of 16.43 in the first season itself, which brought him a call to the Test squad against England. He made his Test debut in October 2016 at Chittagong was a part of the Bangla squad which defeated England for the first time in Test history. He picked up a maiden fifer and was awarded the Man of the Match and Man of the series as well. He represented Rajshahi Kings in the Bangladesh Premier League, finishing runners-up. Mehidy played a crucial role for Bangladesh in Test cricket as they won a Test series in Sri Lanka and Australia at home. He has shined in Tests than the limited-overs format and at still a young age, Mehidy can be an asset for Bangladesh.read more
Mehidy Hasan was the fourth player to come on as a concussion substitute since ICC introduced the rule earlier this year.
Gearing up for their maiden Pink ball Test in Kolkata, both the Bangladesh and Indian team have been practising in the twilight zone and under lights at the Holkar Stadium, trying to simulate conditions that they are likely to encounter at the Eden Gardens.
Mehidy Hasan had a poor outing in the ODI series in Sri Lanka, which Bangladesh lost 0-3. In the three matches he played in that series, Hasan could scalp only two wickets.
Mehidy Hasan has been a key part of Bangladesh's success in the tournament, taking five wickets.
Mehidy recorded his career-best bowling figures in an innings, claiming 7-58 to skittle West Indies for 111 in its first innings.
Brendan Taylor's twin centuries went in vain as Mehidy Hasan's five-wicket haul helped Bangladesh crush Zimbabwe by 218 runs and level the two-match series 1-1.