For years this boy has raised the country’s optimism from the debilitating quicksand. He let the country and his sport down when he admitted his spot fixing in the premier league.As a batsman he was inconsistent, as long as his play there are some purple patches in his career. With his unbeaten 158 against India at centurion was his career best and some other are 100 against Australia at Cardiff in 2005 was a huge upset for Australia. In fact he has the score over 50 more roughly of 15% of the time he batted in his international career. He trained under Wahidul Gani, a dedicated coach who has his own academy. This was before his club debut Amorjyoti. After warming benches for a long time with a star studded line up in his team. He made the team because the selectors were concentrating on youth. After 2007 performance the media wanted him to take the captaincy but it didn’t work well. However the team started to have better performance players and he supported them and gave them support in all the works.
Mohammad Ashraful became the youngest player ever to make a Test century in debut against Sri Lanka. Mohammad Ashraful was just 17 years and 61 days old on that day. It was second test match of Asian Test Championship.