Afghanistan beat Bangladesh for second victory in their third Test

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Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan became the youngest captain as his side beat Bangladesh to record their second win in their Test 27, to win Test.
Since the visitors won by 224 runs in Chittagong rashid, 20, took 11 wickets and scored a first-innings half century.
Afghanistan dropped to India and were awarded Test status before beating Ireland within their first two games.
They’re the nation after Australia handled the effort back in 18, to achieve two Test wins.
While Rashid fittingly claimed the final wicket to seal a victory for Afghanistan, after rain postponed play at the beginning of the day on Monday, finally restarting 16:40 local time, Zahir Khan removed Shakib Al Hasan together using the ball.
Having chosen to bat first, Rahmat Shah struck on a 102 while Asghar Afghan led Rashid 51 and 92 on his debut since the people made an initial 342.
Rashid, called captain for all three formats decimated the Bangladesh centre sequence with 5-55 along with Mohammad Nabi – producing his appearance – shot 3-56 as Bangladesh fought to a first-innings total of 205.
Ibrahim Zadran made 87 runs since the hosts’ Shakib took assuring early wickets, but the rain delay couldn’t stop Bangladesh falling to defeat as Soumya Sarkar was captured by Zadran for Rashid’s sixth wicket of the innings with 3.2 overs remaining.
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