An upcoming talent from Bangladesh, Dolar Mahmud has been making long strides in the domestic circuit and has been included in the national squad precisely for his talent. The right arm medium pace bowler started in national colours at the age of 17 as he broke into the Under-19 squad and played the Under-19 World Cup in 2006.Fast Facts
The speedster didn’t have the best time in that edition and managed to pick up just four wickets in six games but he was still retained in the Under-19 scheme of things. He went on to play first class cricket for Khulna and in 2007 he toured South Africa with the list A team of Bangladesh. The tour turned out to be a fruitful one for him as he took a five wicket haul and impressed the selection committee. The performance earned him an ODI debut in June 2008 against Pakistan at Dhaka and he has been in and out of the squad ever since. The pacer has made a few more appearances since his debut but he would be keen on stringing together a few good performances so that he may become a more regular feature in the ODI squad.
- He has taken a hat-trick against Rajshahi in first class cricket for his team Khulna Division.
- Bangladesh Vs Pakistan at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka - Jun 08, 2008
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- Bangladesh Vs Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka - Oct 29, 2009