Bangladesh star Mustafizur Rahman slow-yorked his doubters with a magnificent display of death-over bowling for Delhi Capitals in their Indian Premier League fixture against Kolkata Knight Riders last night.
Mustafizur Rahman may have gone wicketless in the third T20I between Bangladesh and Australia on Friday, but the wily left-arm pacer was the player that took control of the most important stage of the game.
Next summer's Australian Big Bash League could feature its first-ever players from Bangladesh and Afghanistan after Sydney Sixers captain Moises Henriques said that teams would be 'silly' to not look into talents like Mustafizur Rahman and Rashid Khan.
Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman, who was awarded the Emerging Player of the Year in last season's Indian Premier League, told reporters yesterday that he hopes to put in an even better performance in the current season.
Sunrisers Hyderabad coach Tom Moody Sunday said that Bangladesh's left-arm pace sensation Mustafizur Rahaman is expected to join the franchise on April 7 after playing the final match of the limited overs series against Sri Lanka.