Mehedi Hasan Miraz is a Bangladeshi cricketer of national team. He has born on 25th October in 1997. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off break bowler as well as an all-rounder. Miraz was born in Barisal division but moved to Khulna at his early age with his family. He grew up at Khalishpur of Khulna city. When he was eight years old he started playing cricket. He went to Kashipur Cricket Academy. He was first selected for the under fourteen National Cricket Tournament in that time.
Miraz made his supreme entrance against Rajshahi Division cricket team on 16th February in 2015. On his debutante matches he made fifty one run and took four wickets. He made his Twenty20 introduction on 9th November in 2016 playing against Rajshahi Kings in the 2016–2017 during Bangladesh Premier League tournament.
It will be a proud for Bangladesh to have a new allrounder cricket character as like as Mehedi Hasan Miraz. He appeared as a sparkling youngster in Bangladesh cricket. During his first appearance in the Test series against England he finished with a great excitement. He has made a history for Bangladesh.
Mirza’s family is very happy to see their child as cricket fighter of Bangladesh. The nineteen years old Mehedi Hasan Miraz guides Bangladesh to win their historic maiden Test against elite England by picking 12 wickets.
Mehedi Hasan Miraz had a vision to perform series as a test player. After the notable 2016 Under-19 World Cup there was never any suspicion in the team management’s mind. He was likely to debut a month ago for Afghanistan ODIs. But it was intentionally omitted to keep him as a top secret from England. At last the history is made against England. This was the most glorious victory for Bangladesh against any foremost Test playing in their ninety five test matches.
Mehedi Hasan Miraz is the golden young talent for Bangladesh Cricket Board. All Bangladeshis wish to watch performing Mirza as an all rounder against any kind of strong team of the world. People hope Mirza will give them much entertainment on the cricket ground.