Shakib Al Hasan, second after Sachin Tendulkar, who reached seven more than fifty scores in a World Cup.

NEW DELHI: the best all-rounder in the world Shakib al hasan Bangladesh continued its excellent form when it scored a record score of seventh or more of the tournament in its team's last group match against Pakistan at Lord's on Friday.


The southpaw became the second batter after the legend of India. Sachin Tendulkar To achieve the feat in a world cup. Sachin scored seven more than fifty shots during the 2003 edition, on track to racking up most of the races in a single World Cup: 673 in 11 games.

The 32-year-old reached his 50 in 62 balls in the 26 against Pakistan to follow the scores of 66, 51, 41, 124 no, 121, 64 and 75.

Shakib, who also took 11 windows, entered the game with 542 runs, and quickly passed ahead of the tournament's top scorer, Rohit Sharma, of India.

The veteran cricketer also became the third batter, after Tendulkar and Australia. Matthew Hayden to score more than 600 races in a World Cup. Hayden scored 659 in 11 games in the 2007 edition.

Shakib was finally trapped behind Shaheen afridi After scoring 64 in 77 balls, he included six fours. His grand total of the 2019 edition is 606 in eight games, with an average of 86.57.