Right-handed batter Mohammad Mithun has notched up his maiden double hundred in the First class cricket on Tuesday at the final of the Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) 2021 for Walton Central Zone at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium.
To reply to BCB South Zone’s first innings total of 387, Central Zone lost four wickets inside 16 runs. Mithun and Shuvagata Hom guided Central Zone to 299 without any loss.
Central Zone eventually ended up on 438, and along the way, Mithun smashed 206 off 306 balls with 27 fours and three sixes, and Shuvagata posted 116. In the fifth wicket stand, they put up 283 on the board.
206 is now the highest by Mithun in First-class cricket. His previous best was 186.
After the stand was broken by Mahedi Hasan, Jaker Ali scored a fifty for them, and helped them to come out well from their early damage.
For South Zone, Farhar Reza and Kamrul Islam Rabbi bagged four wickets each.
At the end of day three, South Zone are trailing by eight runs with nine wickets in hand.