MIRPUR: Many international records were set up during first One Day International (ODI) match played between Pakistan and Bangladesh in Mirpur where the host team became successful to hammer biggest score, partnership and two centuries.
Bangladesh had grabbed second defeat against Green Shirts by 79 runs after played 33 ODI matches during last 16 years.
In World Cup 1999, Bangladesh defeated Pakistan while overall 48 international matches were played between both countries including eight Tests and seven Twenty20 matches won by Pakistan.
Bangladesh set up huge target of 329 runs, the biggest score ever hammered in its ODI history. Last record was made against Pakistan in Asia where Bangladesh scored 326 runs over three wickets but Green Shirts chased it.
Nasir Hussain was the only batsman managed to make century against Pakistan in last 32 match while Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim were also named amongst century makers.
Tamim Iqbal scored highest 132 against Green Shirts while 154 runs inning was the biggest ever inning of Tamim in the ODI career of Bangladesh. Shakibul Hasan placed on second position with 134 runs. Mushfiqur Rahim hammered century on 69 balls that was the third fastest century for Bangladesh. Shakib had already played three figure inning on 62 and 68 balls.
Tamim and Mushfiqur made third wicket partnership of 178 runs in the match setting a new record while last partnership record was set up by Habibul Bashar and Rajan Saleh.