Anisur Rahman

Anisur Rahman

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Anisur Rahman (born March 1, 1971, Dhaka) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 2 ODI from 1995 to 1998.

The early days

The tall left armer was a big success with the ball in the U-19 Asia cup in 1989. There he took 3/44 against India, and 3/36 against Pakistan.

Impressed by his performances, the selectors quickly elevated him to the national squad. There, however, he struggled to hold his place, as Bangladesh already had two other left arm seamers, Gholam Nousher Prince and Jahangir Alam Talukdar Dulu. Anis' career was also hampered by injuries and No-Ball problem. Still, he briefly emerged in 1994, following the retirement of Prince and Dulu, as the country's top pace bowler.

Success in international cricket

In the 1994-95 SAARC Quadrangular Tournament at Dhaka, (December, 1994), he took 3/29 against Pakistan A, 4/29 against Sri Lanka A, & 3/28 against India A. In these matches, he used the reverse swing of the old ball with great effect. In fact, Anisur Rahman was one of the first Bangladesh bowler to successfully use the reverse swing.

He played in 2 ODI against India, but failed to impress. On each occasion, he suffered at the hands of the Indian maestro Sachin Tendulkar.


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