Afghanistan beat Bangladesh for second victory in their third Test

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Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan became the youngest man to win a Test because his side beat Bangladesh to capture their second win in their Test match.
Rashid, 20, took 11 wickets and scored a first-innings half century as the visitors won by 224 runs in Chittagong.
Before defeating Ireland in their first two games, afghanistan dropped to India and were awarded Test status.
They’re the joint-quickest state to achieve 2 Test wins after Australia managed the effort back.
While Rashid fittingly claimed the last wicket to seal a victory for Afghanistan after rain postponed play at the beginning of the final afternoon on Monday restarting at 16:40 local time, Zahir Khan removed Shakib Al Hasan using the very first ball.
Having chosen to bat first, Rahmat Shah struck a 102 while Asghar Afghan contributed Rashid 51 along with 92 as the visitors made a first 342.
Rashid, called captain for all three formats decimated the Bangladesh middle sequence with 5-55 and Mohammad Nabi — making his farewell appearance — took 3-56 as Bangladesh.
Ibrahim Zadran produced 87 runs since the hosts’ Shakib took assuring early wickets, but the rain delay couldn’t stop Bangladesh falling to defeat since Soumya Sarkar was captured by Zadran for Rashid’s sixth wicket of the innings with 3.2 overs remaining.
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