There are 5 wickets in international T-Twenty two. But there was no one in the ODI! The sarcasm turned out to be in Khadiza Tula Cobar off spin for the girls of Bangladesh, the first taste of the first wicket was not only, and another step taken 6 wickets. In the only ODI match against Pakistan in Cox’s Bazar on Monday, Cobra made the best bowling figures for the country. 6 wickets in the 9.5 overs for 20 runs Pakistan won the match by six wickets in the match against Pakistan by 94 runs. In the Cox’s Bazar last year, Kobra took 4 wickets in two consecutive matches against South Africa. It’s not just myself, but it’s all over the country. Rumana Ahmed’s previous record of the best bowling in ODIs was recorded in the one-dayers. The present ODI captain of Bangladesh, taking 4 wickets against India in Ahmedabad in 2013, was 20 runs. Panna Ghosh took five wickets for 16 runs in T-Twenty for Bangladesh women, 5 wickets for 28 runs, Jahanara Alam. Kobar’s 6-wicket haul is the sixth best bowling act in women’s history. The best bowling record in the women’s ODIs is almost unbelievable. In 2003, Sajida Shah took 7 wickets in only 8 runs in 8 overs against Japan’s Unkora Women. The record of former Pakistan off-spinner has still remained. The record that Sajida broke, was also eye-opener. Joe Chamberlain of England took 7 wickets in 8 overs in 9 overs against Denmark girls in 1991.
Cobra became the highest wicket-taker in the match by six wickets in this match. His 30 wickets in 30 matches Rumana was leading with 37 wickets before the match. Rumana’s wicket with two wickets in this match is 39 out of 36 matches.