Mominul Haque

ByMaster

Sep 23, 2017

Mominul Haque, 1 of the very few cricketers from the coastal town of Cox’s Bazar, the country’s most popular tourist destination emerged as a dependable left-hand batsman in age-group cricket, making his 1st-class debut in the 2008-09 season for Dhaka Division. A student of BKSP, Mominul has been working hard to establish him in the top.

The cricketer progressed in the domestic circuit, featured in the World Cup U-19 squad in 2010 & then Bangladesh A team where he scored 150 runs in the opening match against W.Indies on their turf. His talent & performance soon got under the limelight & bagged him a spot in the ODI squad & T20 for the recently concluded series against W.Indies.

A left-handed batsman and an occasional left-arm spinner, Mominul Haque made his first-class debut for the Dhaka Division in 2008 and the following year, emerged as the leading run-scorer against Zimbabwe Under-19 in 2009. Mominul was also part of Bangladesh’s Under-19 squad for the 2010 U-19 World Cup, held in New Zealand. The youngster was called-up to the national squad in 2012 for their ODI series against the West Indies, where he replaced his favourite cricketer, the injured Shakib Al Hasan.

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