ban Bangladesh
June 16, 1986

Farhad Reza

Farhad Reza got into the national side as a reward of being the highest run scorer in a domestic season. In his debut match he hit a quickfire 57 of 50 balls which helped Bangladesh snatch the match by 62 runs from Zimbabwe. In the next ODI series, Reza became the highest run scorer. He racked up a 5 wicket haul against Ireland to steer Bangladesh to victory at home. Farhad Reza has 27 half centuries and 4 centuries in his first class career. With the ball, in first class cricket he has 214 wickets with six 5-wicket hauls. Rajshahi’s very own Farhad Reza’s experience with both bat and ball will be a great deciding factor in the coming BPL season.