Bangladesh's Mushfiqur Rahim said he was 'respected' to be named in Wisden's Teenage Riot Test XI close by greats like Sachin Tendulkar, Imran Khan, Wasim Akram, Garry Sobers.
The Test XI highlights players who made their Test debut as teeanagers yet doesn't include multiple players from one nation. Furthermore, the players were picked dependent on not how they proceeded as youngsters, rather by thinking about how they performed or have been performing all through their vocations.
"Alhamdulillah. What an extraordinary inclination to be important for a group highlighting such countless legends! I am genuinely respected to be important for the Wisden's Teenage Riot Test XI," composed Mushfiqur on his authority Instagram account.
In 2018, Mushfiqur struck his second Test twofold ton – an unbeaten 219, the most elevated individual score by a Bangladeshi in Tests – against Zimbabwe and turned into the first wicketkeeper-batsman on the planet to have scored two Test twofold hundreds. Also, in that sense, it isn't at all an astonishment to see the 33-year-old's name close by every one of these greats.
He scored his first Test twofold hundred (200) in 2013 against Sri Lanka.
The Bangladesh robust made his Test debut at 17 years old in a Test against England at Lord's in 2005.
Wisden's Teenage Riot Test XI: Neil Harvey, Sachin Tendulkar, Denis Compton, Martin Crowe, Graeme Pollock, Garry Sobers, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Imran Khan ©, Anil Kumble, Wasim Akram, Pat Cummins