Shadman Islam’s effort was complemented with half-centuries from Mohammad Al Amin and Shamsur Rahman
Opening batsman Shadman Islam remained unbeaten on 162 as Dhaka Metropolis put on 357 for the loss of four wickets against home side Chittagong at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
Shadman’s effort was complemented with half-centuries from Mohammad Al Amin and Shamsur Rahman.
Batting at five, Al Amin posted 83 to the board while Shamsur added 50.
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Shadman remained not out after scoring his eighth first-class hundred, facing 257 deliveries with 21 boundaries and two over boundaries.
Chittagong bowlers started well, removing Dhaka Metro opener Azmir Ahmed for a duck, only to see the opposition recover through partnerships with Shadman, who held one side of the crease.
Right arm pacer Hasan Mahmud picked up two wickets for Chittagong while Nayeem Hasan and Mehedi Hasan Rana took one each.
21ST NCL, ROUND 4, DAY 1
Dhaka Metropolis 357/4 in 90 overs (Shadman 162*, Hasam 2/65) against Chittagong