Saturday, September 5, 2020


On this day

In 1921, Walter Johnson set strikeout mark at 2,287

In 1994, SF wide receiver Jerry Rice caught 2 touchdown passes and runs for another score in 49ers' 44-14 rout of the Raiders; surpasses Jim Brown as NFL's career TD leader with 127

In 1995, Cal Ripken Jr tied Gehrig's record of playing in 2,130 straight games

Mohammed Rafique

Mohammed Rafique who was born on 5th September 1970 is a Bangladeshi cricket coach and former cricketer. He played all three formats of the cricket. He is the first consistent cricketer of his national cricket team. He occasionally batted well too. He also opened the batting when needed. He is the first Man Of the Match in One Day Internationals for his match winning 77 runs as opener and for taking 3/56 with the Ball. One of the best spinners to ever have played for his country, Rafique was the first Bangladesh bowler to take 100 wickets in Test matches. Rafique has also been honored for his contribution to the cricket world with squad places in both the World XI for the Super Series against Australia in 2005, and the Asia XI for the exhibition series against Africa XI in 2007.

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