Mashrafe Mortaza

Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is a Bangladeshi cricketer and current captain of the One Day and Twenty20 international for Bangladesh national cricket team. He broke into the national side in late 2001 against Zimbabwe and represented Bangladesh before having played a single firstclass match. Mortaza captained his country in one Test and seven One Day Internationals between 2009 and 2010, however injury meant he was in and out of the side and Shakib Al Hasan was appointed captain in Mortazas absence.

Mortaza was born in the district of Narail in southwest Bangladesh. Although he enjoyed playing sports such as football and badminton from a young agesometimes going swimming in the nearby River Chitra instead of doing school workIn between playing cricket, Mortaza got himself admitted into Department of Philosophy at the Jahangirnagar University in 200304 session for his bachelors degree. Mortaza was more interested in cricket as a youth, especially batting. In spite of this, his bowling is now his main attribute and his pace has gained him the nickname of the Narail Express.

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